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Saturday, March 4, 2006

MI: Teacher Challenges Disclosure of Six year Old Conviction

A teacher filed a lawsuit to prevent authorities from reporting that he had a six year old conviction for larceny--the compalint was not that they should not report something that happened in 2000, but that their record showing he was convicted of this crime when he was six years old is obviously erroneous.  The plaintiff, Eric Frohriep, claims that he has never been convicted of any crime, certainly not the seven that allegedly appear on his record.  But, come on, when you have a name as common as "Frohriep", you must get used to being mixed up with other folks all the time.  Story here; report of injunction here.

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