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OldGuy
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« Reply #20 on: October 13, 2018, 10:58:25 PM »

Well, I got the same sense from this exchange:

Visit https://www.cjpf.org/clemency/clemencystates.html and see if you qualify for a pardon.

A pardon doesn’t erase a conviction. This could be a lot of work for no discernible reward.

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No, but in many states if enough time has lapsed, you can get the pardoned crime "expunged", the question is how much do you want to do?

The reality is that a crime for which you have been pardoned and that has been expunged will be seen in a better light by most employers than a conviction absent same.
I think my reading comprehension is pretty good, so maybe the exchange isn't as clear as you might have thought.

How about we lighten up here, and terminate the "measuring contest"?

"The reality is that a crime for which you have been pardoned and that has been expunged will be seen in a better light by most employers than a conviction absent same."

Is that really so hard to understand? Really? Somehow you read that as "erased"? Really? Wow.
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SarDragon
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« Reply #21 on: October 13, 2018, 11:23:32 PM »

And I think this has run its course.

Disagreement is fine, but the borderline personal attacks are not.
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