If you were convicted of a felony offense or two misdemeanor offenses, you may petition the convicting court to set aside the felony offense. If you have more than the maximum felony or misdemeanor charges, you’re not eligible for felony expungement. If you’ve been convicted of two misdemeanor offenses or fewer and have no felony convictions on your record, you can petition the court to expunge your misdemeanor convictions.
There are several types of criminal convictions that can’t be expunged, such as:
The expungement process is complicated. That’s why it’s important to retain a trusted criminal defense attorney who’s well-versed in criminal law and expungement requirements. Call the Law Offices of Scott E. Rabaut today to schedule an appointment. Attorney Scott serves Fraser, MI and the surrounding Roseville, Fraser & Macomb County, MI area.
There are five main steps in the expungement process that must be completed before you can appear in court:
The Law Offices of Scott E. Rabaut can walk you through every step of this process. Call today to schedule an appointment with a criminal defense attorney in Roseville, Fraser or Macomb County, MI area.