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There are plenty of places where you can rent from someone who doesn't do a detalied background search. Most of the time, the landlord is only interested in your credit history and ability to pay rent and not your criminal history. If you have done yor time and/or completed probation or parole, some states allow you to petition to have the conviction expunged or reduced to a misdemeanor if sufficient time has passed.

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