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Is it double jeopardy to be tried and convicted time and time again in the courts of public and private opinion?

The code of Virginia is written in a manner that disallows expungement of one's conviction, doesn't this constitute a manifest of injustice in that double jeopardy occurs every time one is denied a job or position that hinders his/her right to pursue happiness guaranteed by our US Constitution?

The life that one may have had confirmed over and over again, isn't that double jeopardy being tried and convicted time and again in the courts of public and private opinion?

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