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How to Clear Your Criminal Record

E. Rose London (left) speaks with legal assistant Gleneda Borton of the Marin County Public Defender’s Office.
E. Rose London (left) speaks with legal assistant Gleneda Borton of the Marin County Public Defender’s Office.
Having a criminal record can feel like a bad secret or a stain that can't be washed off. Those are the words of one Marin resident who worked with the Marin County Public Defender's Office to clear her record. Expunged and inspired, she's now on the dean's list at law school. Her story is summarized in this new video (3:25).



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