If you’re looking for expungement services in Texas or around the great Houston/Austin area, Expungement Texas has great content that will help you find the information you need to help clear your record.
It seems that many people are confused with the term expungement. Well simply put, Expungement is a legal process to remove all or part of a criminal record from public view. The term has different meanings in different states. In Texas, expungement means to remove the conviction from the court record; so the court record shows a dismissed case.
To add confusion to the matter, it seems that our readers have a difficult time trying to figure out how to spell Expungement. We’ve found that many readers have spelled it incorrectly: exponged, expunged, or expung. Well, maybe you should read further or go back to grade school.
You see there is a big spelling difference between expungement and esponge.
Regardless, you should see if a free Texas eligibility test is the right step in the direction to get your record sealed.
Millions of Californians who have been convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) have just two more months to exercise their right to have their conviction expunged from their permanent criminal record. Changes to the California law that gives those who successfully complete probation a right to have their criminal convicted dismissed go into affect on January 1, 2008.
While violations on a person’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) record disappear in time, the criminal conviction stays on a person’s record for life— unless it is expunged.
By George Lunt |Every year more cameras pop up on our city streets. The newer cameras are smaller and more efficient. Progress is being made in other, less visible but extremely powerful, technologies as well. These include GPS (Global Positioning System), RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) and WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access). These technologies are forming a base that someday could be used to watch and control the majority of the world’s populace.
By Lance Winslow | Many people are so worried that their private information will be stolen and some criminal might steal their identity. Well, these are credible fears and yet just wait until the future with quantum computing. Now as the future of Quantum Computing takes place 128 bit encryption is pretty much worthless. Soon all information will be available to everyone anyway; for good or evil.
It retrospect, it was absurd to think that our original design and structure could last forever. Our content grew too fast and the demands for services increased beyond what we expected. But that was the goal— distribute information that people want. So here were are, again, asking for your patience as we deploy our new web site. While we only have about 2% of our content online as of 10.1.08, we expect to have all back issues, a new blog, and media and governemnt relations section online by 01.01.09.
So again, I say thank you for your patience. If there is particular content that you need, please call or email us and we will respond as fast as possible. In the meantime, enjoy the new online content and get ready for our Winter 2008 issue. – I. Reiboldt.