The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in October 2018 that you can petition the court to have your felony expunged. The decision was made in response to a new law that requires a minimum of 10 years of law-abiding conduct.
It’s a good thing you’re not a criminal. But it’s not a great thing to be a convicted felon. The first thing you’ll notice is that you’ll be unable to obtain your driver’s license and other state-issued IDs. But then you’ll also be unable to rent a home or get a job.
I think this is the best thing since the internet. For anyone who thinks expunging your felony conviction will put you behind bars forever, you’re wrong. At your sentencing, youll only have to spend a few months in prison. The court could find you guilty and then reduce the crime to a misdemeanor. You might even be able to get your felony expunged. The main thing you need to do is to keep up your good behavior.
We don’t know the exact process, but the only way to expunge your felony conviction from your record is to get it expunged. You can do this by going to your local DMV, or by filing an expungement petition with the court. There’s no penalty for the expungement, but it does mean you’ll be unable to rent a home, get a job, buy a car, or get a driver’s license.
You can get a copy of the expungement petition at the DMV website. It doesnt look like it is expensive, but it requires filling out an application and paying a small fee. It can also be purchased as a printable PDF. The best part is that you can get it online, because the fee is not charged until after the Expungement Date.
I know that for some people, expunging their felony conviction might seem like a good idea. But for others, expunging is just not a viable option. In some states, you can get a judge to approve an expungement as long as you pay a small fee to the court. But even if your state’s court accepts you, the expungement doesn’t remove the felony charge. It just means that you can’t get a license, a job, or a car.
I was thinking of using the fact that I could get my crime expunged, but when the expungement is approved, I have to pay a small fee. The fee is usually about $50, but it’s easier and quicker to get the expunged than it would be if the statute of limitations ran out.
It’s a little bit of a secret, but the fact is that the expungement is more about what you paid than anything else. In fact, I’d bet that it would be closer to 20 bucks if you paid more than the fee for your crime expunged.
I don’t know that I have ever been charged with a crime. The crime I can remember is the one I committed. But the amount I paid to get my expunged was 20 bucks. If I had paid the full 20 bucks, then I would have gotten my expunged crime erased.
I have a couple other expunguated crimes that are still in the state of Kentucky, but they are the same ones that were in Kentucky. I think that makes it a lot less likely that I will get my expunged.