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Monthly Archives: February 2012

Continuing Our Leadership Role in the Sports/Fitness Arena… As We Head To The Arnold Classic for Our 10th Year

This coming weekend, CMG will once again have a major presence at the Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus, Ohio – as we continue our tradition of sponsorship for this event that has  become the largest multi-sport event in the nation.  For the tenth consecutive year, CMG will proudly be in attendance at “The Arnold”  (which […]

Too Many Laws, Too Many “Criminals”…And Too Many Politicians Looking To Appear Tough On Crime

A recent CMG blog addressed the growing issue of the “overcriminalization of America” – and how a recent surge in new laws has branded numerous typical, law-abiding citizens as “criminals.”  We highlighted a few examples of new, often ridiculous, laws that have been enacted in recent years that have made headlines … and, unfortunately, there […]

Marc Gann Quoted in the Long Beach Herald

Long Beach City Council asks Fagen to step aside Amid legal troubles, Democrats suggest he focus on personal life By Anthony Rifilato Saying that his legal issues have become a distraction as officials grapple with a fiscal crisis, three City Council members have asked Democratic Councilman Mike Fagen to temporarily step aside. Fagen was indicted […]

The First Step to a Second Chance: Criminal Record Sealing in New York Takes a Historic Move Forward …and Our Work to Change State Law, and Change the Lives of Ex-Offenders, Continues

There’s promising news for many reformed ex-offenders deserving of a second chance and a “fresh start” when it comes to the sealing of their criminal records.  On Friday, January 27th, the New York State Bar Association’s House of Delegates nearly unanimously backed a proposed change in state law that would allow judges to seal the […]

Rick Collins interviewed on News 12; discussing Committee calling for seal on some criminal records

News 12 Long Island’s Stone Grissom sits down with Rick Collins, the co-chairman of the committee that is calling for judges to seal criminal records for certain non-violent felonies. Click Here to view the full interview


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