The process for having a felony charge expunged from your record begins with checking with the legal agencies and court involved in the arrest and conviction of the charge, Nolo explains. Certain states have laws on the ... More »

Record expungement is state-specific and can only be done once a person is eligible for expungement, according to DMV.org. Eligibility is based on aspects such as the amount of time that has passed since the conviction, ... More »

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To expunge governmental records, request a copy of your complete criminal record, then confirm that the offenses are eligible for sealing or removal. Finally, file the appropriate documents and attend the hearing if nece... More »

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In order to have a felony conviction expunged, one must file a series of legal documents with the court that filed the charges. Not all felonies can be expunged. Different felonies are subject to unique rules to have the... More »

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The penalties for a misdemeanor or felony conviction for making terrorist threats include incarceration, fines, restitution and probation. The period of incarceration can be as little as one year for a misdemeanor convic... More »

Second degree forgery is considered to be a felony crime and does not necessitate the presentation of the forged documents for conviction. The type of document forged determines the degree of a forgery charge. Common sec... More »

A Class D felony in Missouri includes third-degree domestic assault, resisting arrest, fraud or passing a bad check, as noted by Criminal Defense Lawyer. A person convicted of a Class D felony may spend up to 7 years in ... More »