Do you have an old conviction that’s preventing you from getting a better job? Speak with an attorney about getting an expungement.
An expungement is where a person makes a past conviction non-public, meaning the conviction cannot be seen by the public.
Once a conviction is expunged you may honestly say you have never been convicted of a crime.
A felony may be expunged where there are no more than two qualifying misdemeanors.
Not all crimes can be expunged. Motor vehicle code violations and certain felony offenses cannot be expunged.
Five years must have passed from the time of conviction or end of imprisonment term.
An expungement will involve a court hearing in which the judge will consider the circumstances of the crime committed and your behavior since that time. The presentation of documentation of good behavior before the court may be necessary. Set up a free consultation to see if you qualify for an expungement.
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Sam Bernstein is an Ann Arbor Criminal Lawyer.
ArborYpsi Law is located at 4158 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48108.