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Cleaning your California criminal record

If you are a California resident who has a criminal record, you may find that it affects your life negatively in a variety of ways. Depending on its contents, your criminal record can potentially impact your ability to find housing, secure employment or even vote, among related repercussions. In other words, your California criminal record has the potential to haunt you for life, but it does not necessarily have to do so. John M. Kucera recognizes just how much having a criminal record can impact your day-to-day life, and he has helped many people in similar situations take necessary steps to alleviate the hardship their records cause them.

You have the right to remain silent: Miranda rights and DUIs

It’s a weekend evening, and you and your friends have been bar-hopping, having some drinks. You have had more than a few, and are feeling more than a little tipsy. Rather than call a cab or catch a ride with a designated driver, you decide to get behind the wheel and drive. But on your way home, you see the familiar red-and-blue flash of police lights: You are being pulled over for driving under the influence.


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