- Associated Press - Tuesday, January 13, 2015

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) - A meeting being held in Myrtle Beach is aimed at helping people clear criminal convictions on their records.

The Sun News of Myrtle Beach reports (https://bit.ly/1y4GEgY ) representatives of South Carolina Legal Services will be on hand Tuesday evening at the Chapin Memorial Library to answer questions on pardons and clearing criminal records.

The newspaper reported that convictions when people were younger can later cause problems when seeking employment of finding housing.

Actor Mark Wahlberg recently made headlines as he sought a pardon for a 1988 assault conviction when he was 16.

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