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What is expungement?

What is expungement?
An expungement is a statutory mechanism that allows a person to clear their record of a misdemeanor conviction or a felony conviction. It requires for a motion to be filed in front of a court, which gives the court information as to how long it’s been since the person has successfully completed their probation and the fact that they have not been in trouble since their probation. It allows the prosecutor to weigh in as to whether they object to the person clearing their record. Ultimately a hearing can be held on the matter and at our office we routinely file motions for expungements for our clients, so that the criminal conviction that has been burdening them, preventing them from getting a job, or just bothering them being on their record can finally be cleared.

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