Rebecca Collett testifies to the House Judiciary Committee about difficulties in finding a job with a felony conviction on Jan. 13, 2016 in Frankfort, Ky. Russell Coleman, spokesman for Kentucky Smart on Crime, also testifies for the felony expungement bill.
Rebecca Collett testifies to the House Judiciary Committee about difficulties in finding a job with a felony conviction on Jan. 13, 2016 in Frankfort, Ky. Russell Coleman, spokesman for Kentucky Smart on Crime, also testifies for the felony expungement bill. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com
Rebecca Collett testifies to the House Judiciary Committee about difficulties in finding a job with a felony conviction on Jan. 13, 2016 in Frankfort, Ky. Russell Coleman, spokesman for Kentucky Smart on Crime, also testifies for the felony expungement bill. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com

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