A criminal record can make it harder for anyone. Getting convicted of a crime can make it seem harder to escape your past. However, their is a possible way to expunge a criminal record. Working with the right lawyer can help make that determination easier. A criminal defense attorney in Detroit is one of the best ways to go about getting an expungement. It is not possible to expunge a crime in every instance. But, the law office of Scott M Aaronson has been able to remove plenty of previously committed offenses. Our goal is to prevent any further penalty from effecting your life.
You will want to begin working with a lawyer as soon as possible. After taking your case, we’ll work on all the documentation to get started. We are available to take your call 24/7 so the sooner the better so we can start work on your case.
How We Can Expunge Your Detroit Record
If your past offense is eligible for expungement, you can file a motion to set aside conviction. Our attorneys know how to properly file necessary motions and represent you throughout expungement proceedings, and only by working with an experienced attorney can you ensure the best chance at clearing your record.
A reason you may have a criminal record is the fact that if you plead guilty or nolo contendre, or if you were found guilty of a crime. If this was the case, then you probably have a record. To fight this record we recommend contact us to start fighting this and remove this from your record.
What Can Be Expunged in Detroit Michigan?
Keep in mind the 5 year waiting period before this process can be begin. This is a complicated but a guideline is as follows. First off there is a new law that permits someone with a felony and two misdemeanors to have their record expunged. Have only a total of two misdemeanors? You may also be available to have one or even both of them removed.
What Can Not Be Expunged?
Several criminal violations can not be removed. This includes Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) in the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd degree, traffic violations, as well as any felony charge with the sentence of life in prison.
How To Get Started?
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