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Answers: What's new building at Vermont and Sixth?

Posted: Jul. 22, 2011 8:15 pm Updated: Nov. 28, 2014 10:49 am

 


What's the building being erected on the south side of Vermont, between Sixth and Seventh streets?


A warehouse is being built by Bill Awerkamp.


 


My friend says in Adams County, you cannot have a criminal record erased if you were arrested and convicted of possessing marijuana. Is he right?


In Illinois, and that includes every county, a conviction on your record cannot be expunged, or erased. However, sentences of supervision are not considered to be convictions and may be expunged. Crimes where supervision was imposed have a two-year or five-year waiting period. Possession of marijuana carries a five-year waiting period.


 


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