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Clearing your name: How Alabama law allows accusations to follow innocent people

Alabama's expungement law, passed in 2014, only allows nonviolent criminal charges to be removed from a person's record. That means arrests for violent felonies like murder, manslaughter, rape, robbery and burglary remain on a person's record and are turned up by background checks, even when that person is found not guilty by a jury.

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