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Chelsea: Possession of Narcotics: Record Sealed
Summary of Facts: Our client was a licensed nurse in Massachusetts who was relocating to another state. Our client’s application in that state for a nursing license required that she submit fingerprints. Once the prints were submitted, her application was delayed, based on a criminal record from 1971 for possession of narcotics and disorderly conduct.
Action: Attorney Alexander Conley was hired to resolve the unwanted visibility of our client’s record. Attorney Conley was able to gather all necessary documentation and seal our client’s record. Additionally, Attorney Conley worked with the Massachusetts State Police to ensure that our client’s FBI fingerprint record was updated.
Result: Our client’s record was sealed, making it no longer available to most potential employers, and keeping our client’s professional license safe. Additionally our client’s FBI fingerprint record from her 40 year-old arrest was updated.