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An Overview: Minors and the Criminal Justice System
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Whenever a person who is 17 or younger is arrested for a criminal offense the case is referred to the Juvenile Justice system in the county where the crime occurred. Criminal cases in the Juvenile system are treated very differently then adult cases. Whereas the authorities tend to concentrate on punishment for adult offenders, the emphasis in…

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Sex Registrants No Longer Register With Certificate of Rehabilitation
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Many sex crimes require lifetime registration under Penal Code Section 290. However, for some sex crime convictions like Penal Code Section 314(Indecent Exposure) a person may be relieved of the duty to register if he is granted a Certificate of Rehabilitation under Penal Code Section 4852.01. This generally requires a clean record since the conviction and…

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Criminal Record Impacts Employment
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

In today’s economic environment many people are seeking employment and new career paths. Oftentimes job seekers are surprised to learn that prospective employers will not only secure a credit report on the applicant, but also a criminal record report. Employers become very selective and may never give an applicant a second glance if a criminal…

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