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Resource ID: #8214
Subject: Courts
Source: News (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
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Ann Arbor News reports that obscure Michigan law allows people to have felony convictions expunged from their record, and is used to erase records for crimes such as rape, forgery, assault, drug charges and spouse abuse by people who can afford attorneys who know how to exploit the law, July 21 - 22, 1991.

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