Let’s Talk About Felony Expungement in North Carolina

Let’s Talk About Felony Expungement in North Carolina

Felony expungement is possible in North Carolina – but not everyone is eligible. So how can you tell if you’re eligible for felony expungement, and what can you do if you are? Let’s Talk About Felony Expungement in North Carolina In the state of North Carolina, some felonies – including felony convictions – are eligible…

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"Expunge My Record!" What You Need to Know About Expunction

"Expunge My Record!" What You Need to Know About Expunction

“Please expunge my record – I’m having a hard time getting a job and finding a place to live.” As North Carolina expungement lawyers, we hear that a lot. Fortunately, we’re able to help many people clear their criminal records and get the fresh starts they deserve. Thanks to a relatively new expungement law in…

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New Pretrial Release Program in Haywood and Jackson Counties

New Pretrial Release Program in Haywood and Jackson Counties

Western North Carolina is participating in a new pretrial release program that kicks off on January 1, 2019 – and it could benefit thousands of people in Haywood and Jackson Counties. Here’s what you need to know about it. What is a Pretrial Release Program? A pretrial release program is designed to reduce jail populations…

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How Long Until a Felony is Off Your Record?

How Long Until a Felony is Off Your Record?

How long until a felony is off your record? This is a really complicated question – but if you’re like many people with a criminal history, you’ve wondered about the answer. “How Long Until a Felony is Off Your Record?” What You Need to Know It’s important that you know a felony never just “comes…

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What is a Criminal Record Pardon in North Carolina?

What is a Criminal Record Pardon in North Carolina?

When you’ve been convicted of a crime in the state of North Carolina, you have a few options to clear your criminal record. One of those options is through a criminal record pardon – but what is that, and how does it apply to you? What is a Criminal Record Pardon? The most common type…

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