The process of having a criminal or misdemeanor record expunged is complicated. For the expunction of a non-violent misdemeanor or non-violent felony, an attorney will need to file a petition in the court where the person was convicted.
Criteria The Petition Must Include
The district attorney will have 30 days from when to petition is filed to object. The court may sometimes grant the district attorney another 30 days to object to the position if necessary. The judge may call upon a probation officer for additional investigation or verification of the petitioner’s conduct since the conviction. The court also may review any other information the court may deem relevant.
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