How to Clear Your Record in Michigan
In order to apply for an expungement, you must file a motion with the court in which you were convicted, or in which you were adjudicated as a juvenile. This may mean that you go back in front of the judge who sentenced you. In some circumstances, cases are transferred to a different judge.
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There are certain requirements that must be met in order to set aside a conviction in Michigan. These requirements are as follows: You cannot have more than one (1) conviction. You are only allowed to expunge one (1) conviction in ... Continue reading
Minnesota law allows you to expunge your juvenile record under certain circumstances. Criminal â€śexpungementâ€ť in Minnesota is the process of going to court to ask a Judge to seal a criminal record. When a record is sealed, it does not ... Continue reading
780.621 Application for order setting aside conviction; setting aside of certain convictions prohibited; time and contents of application; submitting application and fingerprints to department of state police; report; application fee; contest of application by attorney general or prosecuting attorney; notice ... Continue reading
You are eligible for expungement in Minnesota, as long as your conviction doesn’t fall under any of the following categories: a conviction of a felony or an attempted felony punishable by life imprisonment a violation or attempted violation of criminal ... Continue reading
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