(CBS DETROIT) — Wayne County is holding its first Expungement Fair next month.
The scholarship is designed to help Wayne County residents clear their criminal records. The event is scheduled for July 23 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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It is open only to individuals seeking to waive felony and/or felony convictions in Wayne County.
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Pre-registration is open until June 23. Click here to pre-register.
The following list of felony offenses ARE NOT eligible for removal under the law:
- All crimes carrying a life sentence
- Assault with intent to commit criminal sexual behavior
- Sexual Abuse of Children’s Material or Activities
- Domestic violence offense if the person has had a previous domestic violence conviction
- Fourth-degree criminal sexual behavior (committed after January 12, 2015)
- Human trafficking related crimes
- Second degree child abuse
- Second-degree criminal sexual behavior
- Some traffic violations, such as drink-driving convictions, traffic violations that cause injury or death, and commercial driver’s license violations
- Terrorism-related crimes – including convictions for attempting to commit any of these crimes
- Third-degree criminal sexual behavior
- Using a computer to commit sex crimes
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