posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 12:22 PM
reply to post by onequestion
You may have been convicted of a felony, but that doesn't make you a felon. You probably were convicted of a felony because you were unable to
afford adequate legal representation, considering the corporate / state legal system has endless resources to press their non-existent, fake codes and
statutes upon one, it is very difficult to beat a charge, no matter how petty (petit) it may be.
And back to the replies to the OP which think that not looking into criminal histories is a bad thing, those are the sheeple to be sheered by the
state eventually, those who don't realize that anything one may have been charged with is still in the record whether the charges were dropped or one
Anyone who believes people should have everything they ever did or didn't do, whether they were convicted or not held against them until the day
they die deserves exactly that.
Damn there are some dumb people out there!.
I suppose you who support being marginalized for life because of criminal charges, think it's OK to be marginalized for bad credit too, TARDS!.
Deny a person who falls behind on their debts a job, when they are trying to get a job to pay their damn debts and obligations?.
This country is in so much hot water because of the opinions of what amounts to a bunch of retards, that being public opinion.