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How Long Does a Juvenile Crime Stay on a Person's Record?
How Long Does a Juvenile Crime Stay on a Person's Record?

If you have a history as a juvenile offender, you are likely concerned that your past might come back to haunt you despite the fact that you have long since moved on with your life. Unfortunately, sometimes the law can make it difficult for you to leave the past behind, ...

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