Documents In Support Of Expungement
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Expungement is the legal process by which a court removes or erases all records of a criminal conviction, even if it is a felony conviction. If you wish to remove a felony from your record and you are eligible to do so under the laws of the state in which you were convicted, you will have to obtain a court order. If you are successful in having your conviction expunged, your records related to this conviction will be erased and sealed from public view.
All states have different procedures for expunging felony matters. Generally, you must file a motion or petition for expungement with the court that heard the felony charges. All states have different eligibility requirements for the expungement of felony convictions. In almost all states, there are certain types or classes of felony convictions that cannot be expunged, and in a fair amount of states, felony convictions cannot be expunged at all.
- View Affidavit in Support of Motion to Dismiss Criminal Charges for Failure to Grant Show Cause Hearing
- View Affidavit in Support of Motion for Reduction of Amount of Bail or Release of Defendant on Own Recognizance
- View Affidavit by Attorney for Defendant in Support of Motion for Reduction of Sentence for Defendant's Assistance with another Prosecution - Modify
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