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by  |  19-Feb-2018 13:57

" Or clients who think that the prosecutor won't know about the conditional discharge they recieved two years ago. , hope i dont bore nobody but here are a few things I get on a regular basis. and yes I knew I would come back on P and P and before it was over he was not the only one of these guys to show up. Am serious into powers of spirituality, religion ETC. I think my feeling of man, Im gonna get shot for a tialight out is more than real. I do know from talking with people it is easier on the person after they get out, if they flatten out the time then having to deal with parole/probation.

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You are both right about the deal these records can not be hidden ,and I would never say that they should , I feel people need to know who is around thier children and for other safty reasons. Often people who commit criminal acts, are doing it knowing that if they are caught they may have to face time behind bars.

But trust me when I say i am reminded of it every day in one way or another. What they don't realize is that the bars don't disappear once you are out, and most individuals who are out never really feel free again.

And to be perfectly honest, the average person in Cda doesn't often fully understand what their "criminal record" actually is. Where I work when I first started most of the guys were felons for some reason or other.

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