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EXPUNGEMENTS…HOW THEY CAN SAVE YOUR CAREER!!!
Being convicted of a crime can be a significant upset in your life and have lasting implications when trying to move on. With expert legal advise, you may be able to have them cleared as though they had never occurred!
At Michigan Criminal Lawyers, PLC, we understand how detrimental a conviction can be for your future, as well as how overwhelming the circumstances may appear. No one should be defined by one mistake they have made. If you have paid your dues to society, you are entitled to a fresh start.
Call for a free consultation today at (800) 710-0529 to take the next step to a clean slate.
What is an Expungement?
After being convicted of a crime and fulfilling any necessary penalties or requirements, it will remain on your record. This has the potential to significantly impact your future by way of missed opportunities or lasting hardship after a conviction.
An expungement is a chance at a clean slate. It depends on the nature of the crime committed, but your options greatly increase with the right legal representation. Call today to consult with one of our experienced expungement attorneys and for an honest evaluation of your situation.
While the conviction may still be visible to agencies in the state of Michigan, it will appear as if it never happened to potential employers or anyone else looking into your criminal history.
What Crimes are Eligible for Expungement?
New laws in Michigan are expanding the eligibility for expungement. This expands the limits to three felonies and removes the cap on misdemeanors. While there are still restrictions on what crimes qualify, this new law may mean you are eligible, even if you weren’t in the past.
Another addition is the introduction of an automatic expungement system that will take effect in 2023. It will automatically apply for expungement for a particular crime after an allotted amount of time. Call us to see if you qualify!
Along with marijuana misdemeanors, many traffic offenses will also become eligible. Please speak with one of our lawyers today to find out how these new laws can benefit you.