All About: North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 15A-145

All About: North Carolina General Statutes Chapter §15A-145: Expunction of Records for First Offenders Under the Age of 18 at the Time of Conviction of Misdemeanor; Expunction of Certain Other Misdemeanors. In a previous article, we discussed various types of expungements you can obtain, which fell into four broad categories: (1) expungements relating to juvenile…

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North Carolina General Statutes 15A-146, Arrests Not Resulting in Conviction Pt. 2

Continued from part 1 PART II: The Options Available in North Carolina In the previous article, “North Carolina General Statutes 15A-146, Arrests Not Resulting in Conviction and You PART I: The Impact of an Arrest on Your Record”, we briefly discussed: (1) the general rules of North Carolina General Statutes §15A-146; (2) the detrimental effect…

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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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