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New York Bills A4026 & S5385 the "Second Chance Law": Sealing/Expunging Criminal Convictions/Record
  • Petitioning Sheldon Silver

This petition will be delivered to:

Speaker of the New York state assembly
Sheldon Silver
Governor of New York State
Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo
Senator
Dean G. Skelos
New York Governor
New York State Senate
New York State House

New York Bills A4026 & S5385 the "Second Chance Law": Sealing/Expunging Criminal Convictions/Record

    1. John Franklin
    2. Petition by

      John Franklin

      Floral Park, NY

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    1. 2,700 signatures!

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    22. 2,400 signatures!

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    Supporters

    Reasons for signing

    • David Castner NEW YORK, NY
      • 5 days ago

      I like justice.

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    • Karen Cook BRIDGEPORT, NY
      • 19 days ago

      I have friends to whom this applies. I think this law would make sense.

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    • Dennis Cook BRIDGEPORT, NY
      • 21 days ago

      Because I know people who made mistakes when young and paid for them and now can't find a job because of that mistake.

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    • Jessica Snyder BREWERTON, NY
      • 22 days ago

      there needs to be a time where the past in no longer on the record

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    • Tom Duerr CLAY, NY
      • 22 days ago

      I know 2 kids that messed up as teenagers, turned their life around and are still paying for their mistake 15 years later.

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