William Young and Associates Blog

Welcome to the William Young and Associates blog! Below you will find posts that cover a wide variety of topics centered around Idaho Criminal Defense, including:

  • Criminal Defense Strategies
  • Idaho DUI Defense Topics and DUI Laws
  • Answers to Common Questions
  • Advice For Criminal Defendants and Their Families
  • Boise (Ada County) Specific Criminal Defense Issues
  • Idaho Law and Any Changes
  • Idaho Supreme Court Decisions
  • High Profile Idaho Criminal Cases 
  • Firm Case Results
  • Observations Made By Our Attorneys
  • And Anything Else We Think Might Be Important To The Idaho Community

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What is Expungement in Idaho?

Posted by William Young | Jan 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

After adjudication, the formal judgement on a matter of contention, a juvenile has the opportunity to use the right of expungement. Expungement allows the records related to a juveniles criminal case, such as, Law enforcement investigatory reports Fingerprint records in the custody of any ...

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