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What Crimes Can be Expunged in Mississippi?

If you were arrested and released, you may file for expungement if the charges against you were dropped, the entire case was dismissed, or no disposition exists in your case. Furthermore, if you were arrested, cited, or detained for a misdemeanor, but not convicted, you may file for expungement if you were not formally charged or prosecuted after one year of your arrest or your case was dismissed.

If you were convicted of a misdemeanor, besides a traffic violation, and it is your first offense, you may file for expungement of your conviction.

On the other hand, if you were convicted of a felony, you may expunge your conviction if the charge was one of these felonies:

  • Shoplifting

  • Larceny

  • Drug possession or possession of drug paraphernalia

  • Malicious mischief

  • A bad check offense

If you were convicted of a felony when you were under 21 years old, you can file for expungement once you wait at least five years after successfully completing your sentence and fulfilling all court-related conditions. However, conviction for violent crimes and sex crimes are not eligible.

When it comes to misdemeanor and felony drug crimes, you may file for expungement if you successfully complete your probation and treatment.

Contact us today at (888) 424-8132 and schedule a free consultation.

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Having a criminal record can make finding work, getting housing, applying for college, or living a normal life extremely challenging. Fortunately, you may be eligible to have your criminal record expunged, so certain convictions and arrests can be sealed from public view. After you receive an expungement, you can legally and honestly say that you have never been arrested or convicted of a crime.

If you or a loved one is interested in expungement, Miller Law Offices can help you get your life back on track. With more than two decades of experience, our Pascagoula expungement lawyer can review your criminal record, determine your legal options, and help you get the most favorable outcome. Do not hesitate to let us put the past behind you for good.

Petitioning for expungement can be a complex process, which is why having an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side can ensure you get the results and justice you desire. Our firm is ready to help you get your life back on track.

For more information about our legal services, call us today at (888) 424-8132.

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