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Forsyth County District Attorney Jim O'Neill announced that 30,000 people will have their criminal records expunged. The people were convicted at a time when state law treated anyone 16 and 17 as adults. Because of that, their convictions were public record. Juvenile records are sealed. O'Neill said he wanted to even the playing field so that people convicted before the law changed would have the same benefit as 16 and 17-year-olds convicted now. 

These mini hats might look complicated to do yourself, but @hauz.and.co shows they’re simple enough that you can make them with your children or nieces and nephews. Hang them on a garland over a window or fireplace for some cute seasonal décor.

Remember the chore list your parents made you check off as a kid? This is basically the adult version. CleanTok creator @nottheworstcleaner shows how satisfying it is to finish your cleaning checklist. 

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