If you were arrested and the charges were dropped or if you were found innocent at trial, you may be eligible for arrest record expungement. With the exception of traffic violations, Mississippi allows for the expungement of misdemeanor convictions. If you charges were dismissed, or you were convicted of certain drug offenses before turning the age of 26, you may be eligible for expungement. Additionally, certain marijuana possession convictions are able to be expunged after two years.
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If you were arrested and the charges were dropped or if you were found innocent at trial, you may be eligible for expungement. You must not have been charged or convicted of a crime within twelve months after the conviction ... Continue reading
If you have been arrested, issued a citation, or held for any misdemeanor and not formally charged or prosecuted with an offense within twelve months of arrest, or receives a dismissal of the charge, you must petition the court for ... Continue reading
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