Who can see Expunged Records

Does an expunged record show up? Who can see Expunged Records? People who have successfully had their records expunged or those who are thinking about doing so frequently ask this question. The general public can not access expunged records. But does that not mean that expunged records become non-existent? Of course, landlords and most employers won’t […]

Can You Violate Probation and Not Go to Jail?

Yes, it is possible to violate the terms of your probation without going to jail. To a large extent, technical or minor probation infractions are not always dealt with by incarceration. The judge is not even required to revoke probation. Instead, the judge may change the probationary conditions to make them more stringent or reinstate […]

FELONY PROBATION: Rules and Violation Penalties

Probation for a felony offense is considered severe. This page discusses the rules, terms, conditions, and violation laws of felony probation in the United States. Continue reading to learn more about probation violation and guidelines to felony probation rules. What Is Felony Probation? In certain felony situations, felony probation is a criminal law alternative to […]


Is misdemeanor probation equivalent to felony probation? Yes, for the most part. Probation does not change just because an individual had a prior felony or misdemeanor conviction. However, there are several rules that may apply to a more serious charge.This blog post was written for people who are on probation. We will go over the […]

Can I Get A Passport With A Felony?

A passport is required for travel outside of the United States. If a person has a felony conviction in the US, it may affect his or her ability to obtain a passport, which is required to leave the country. It is crucial to note, however, that a felony record does not disqualify everyone from obtaining […]


Manslaughter is an illegal killing that does not require malice aforethought—intent to seriously damage or kill or an extreme, reckless disregard for life. Because there is no premeditated malice, manslaughter has less moral responsibility than first- or second-degree murder. (However, others contend that some cases of felony murder, a type of first-degree murder, include less […]