Connecticut’s Clean Slate Law Will Wipe 81K Records in January

81,000 Connecticut residents will soon have their criminal records automatically erased as part of the state’s 2021 Clean Slate law. The move will mean a chance for better job opportunities and school acceptance for those with records. Those with more serious felony records will have an avenue through the Board of Pardons and Paroles, according to Marc Pelka of the state Office of Policy and Management.

 

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