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Sometimes our mistakes can haunt us; on job applications, first dates, and as we nervously drive down the road in front of law enforcement. If you’ve been arrested but were never adjudicated guilty, you may be able to have your records expunged. The complexity of the qualifications and the legal process by which records are expunged are reasons to hire an experienced attorney from Hancock Law Group to handle it for you. Your future should not be impacted by a tarnished first impression. Let our team handle the paperwork for you so you can move forward with your life.
Qualifications for Expungement
If you meet the criteria, Mississippi law allows you to expunge your records for one criminal incident. These requirements include:
- You have never obtained an expungement or record sealing in the past
- You have not been decided guilty of a criminal offense
- You did not plead guilty or no contest to an offense that is ineligible for expungement under Mississippi law, including but not limited to arson, assault, child abuse, drug trafficking, homicide, robbery, battery, kidnapping, or terrorism
- You are not under court supervision or house arrest
All of the above criteria must apply in order for an expungement to be granted. To expedite your expungement and ensure the process is completely accurate, it is in your best interest to hire our firm. Our criminal defense lawyer has experience on both sides of the law and provides well-rounded guidance for criminal defense clients.
If you have a mistake that you need to “erase,” our team can help. We are knowledgeable and dedicated to providing our clients with the best legal services possible. We understand that everyone makes mistakes and deserves a second chance at making the right choices in life. Let our experienced criminal defense attorney handle your expungement case so that you can move on with your life.
Contact us today to brighten your future. Call (601) 853-2223.
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