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How Do I Get My Child’s Record Expunged?

Posted by RahaimSaints on August 21, 2014 | Criminal

Shannon was a good kid. She volunteered in the community, worked hard at school, maintained a 3.8 GPA, and was in the running for several elite scholarships. Very rarely did Shannon let loose and party with her friends, but one night after finals, the gang got together.

Some very poor judgment and a few beers later, 15-year-old Shannon was arrested for indecent exposure after accepting a dare to streak through the neighborhood. Should Shannon have to sacrifice all of her hard work and dreams for one night of bad choices?

Getting a Child’s Record Expunged in Delaware

We were all young once, and most of us made more than one choice we wish we could take back. For some unlucky kids, those bad choices just happen to involve the law.…

Community Event: Delaware Burger Battle

Posted by RahaimSaints on August 15, 2014 | Community Events

Screenshot 3 300x255 Community Event: Delaware Burger Battle

The competition brings together the best in burgers from across the state competing for the titles of Critic’s Choice Winner and People’s Choice Winner inside the Burger Battle Arena at Twin Lakes Brewery in Greenville, Delaware. Proceeds from this event will benefit a local non-profit organization, Ministry of Caring.

Tickets earn you unlimited burger booth sampling, as well as beer from Twin Lakes Brewery. Click here for tickets and more info! This event takes place Saturday, August 23rd, 2014.

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I Violated my Probation — Now What?

Posted by RahaimSaints on July 24, 2014 | Criminal

Nate made a mistake. Nate was caught in that mistake and arrested. Because Nate was a first-time offender, the judge allowed him to serve probation rather than be convicted and sentenced to jail time. Part of Nate’s probation requirements was that he did not leave the state. Thirty days into his probation, however, Nate’s sister was getting married just over the state line, and she wanted Nate to be an usher.

Nate didn’t think to clear this with his probation officer and attended the wedding. He was caught breaking probation in Delaware and is now facing the very real possibility of having his probation revoked, having a conviction entered into his record, and being sent to jail. What is Nate to do?…