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Did you get that, Fred? It's a crime. So, if one follows most of the good
advice posted to this thread, one could conceivably write an objective
review of their experience with a particular recruitment agency. But, if
you maliciously lash out in an effort to damage that agency or its
reputation, you *could* be charged with a felony.
It's still a felony. Felonies are bad. That's not an infraction that you
can write-off, or a misdemeanor that you can explain away, it's a felony.
It affects many legal issues in a person's life while it remains on the
record. Some jobs are not available to people with felonies, like law and
law enforcement. School loans are also restricted and people with felonies
need to jump through hoops to recover from this if hoop jumping is even
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