Did you know arrest records and criminal charges, whether they are convictions, dismissals, guilty verdicts or not guilty verdicts, are a matter of public records? Therefore, the fact that you were charged with a criminal offense, even if that charge was later dismissed, can have a negative impact on future employment opportunities, financial aid, loans, housing and much more. However, you may be eligible for an Expungement which can remove the fact that you were ever even charged with a criminal offense from your record. The attorneys at Kimberly Saxton and Associates, PLLC will help you determine if you are eligible for an Expungement.
We handlethe following types of Expungements:
• First time offenders under age of 18 at the time the offense was committed (misdemeanors and some felonies).
• First time offenders under age of 21 at the time the offense was committed (possession of alcohol).
• Charges that were sentence and dismissed pursuant to NCGS 90-96.
• Conviction of nonviolent felonies or misdemeanors 15 years after date sentence expires.
• Charges that were dismissed or a finding of not guilty.
• Charges that were dismissed or a finding of not guilty as a result of identity theft.
• And others.....