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This presentation will focus on the collateral consequences of having a criminal record, with special focus on two main areas: criminal records and background checks, and the right to possess firearms. Information presented will be on a national scope rather than state-specific.
December 31, 2019
Kelly J. Keegan, Esq
Collateral Consequences- Why these topics are relevant
Background Checks and Data Harvesting
Efforts to Restore a Clean Criminal History
3. Certificates of rehabilitation and good conduct
4. Employer incentives and immunity laws
5. Clean up of records after expungement
8. Media coverage
Federal Firearms Prohibitions
Restoration of Federal Firearms Rights
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