In the state of North Carolina, a misdemeanor or a level H-I felony may be expunged from a person's record if several specific requirements and qualifications are met. Depending on the conviction, there may be a waiting period that starts either after the date of conviction or when you have completed probation. Additionally, if the conviction does not involve a hate crime, the use of a commercial motor vehicle, drug charges related to cocaine, heroin, or methamphetamine, and does not involve any kind of assault or sex crime, a person may petition that the court clear his or her record completely.
If you are interested in seeking an expungement of your past convictions and would like to learn more about your eligibility, don't hesitate to ask our knowledgeable Carteret County expungement attorney at Crowe & Godwin for assistance. We can review your record and help you complete and file the necessary paperwork quickly and accurately.
We may be able to help you expunge charges such as:
Our team at Crowe & Godwin has been helping clients expunge their past convictions for decades. We handle every case with the utmost professionalism and discretion, no matter what the charge or conviction. Rebuild your life with the help of our dedicated team.
Ask us about your expungement eligibility when you call (252) 499-0661.