Criminal History Expungement Eligibility

Clear Your Name: Remove Your Criminal Record & Move Forward

A mistake that results in a criminal conviction can follow you for years—even the rest of your life. But it doesn’t have to: it is possible to take felony convictions off of your record through a process called expungement.

How Expungement Works in Michigan

If you have…

You can…

 1. felony conviction and 2 misdemeanors  

 Petition the court to expunge the felony charge.

 2. misdemeanors and no felonies 

 Petition the court to expunge one or both of the misdemeanor charges.

By removing convictions from your record, you can legally tell employers that you’ve never been convicted of a crime. That alone makes expungement worth pursuing.

Convictions that Cannot be Expunged

Whether or not you can take a conviction off your record depends on the nature of the crime itself. Crimes that cannot be expunged include:

Get Help with Expungement from Hills at Law Attorneys

At Hills at Law, P.C., our experienced criminal defense lawyers have helped many people clear their names and put past convictions behind them. We will help you understand whether or not you are eligible for expungement, and if you are, we will guide you through the process every step of the way.

“I Want to Remove My Criminal Record!” Call Hills at Law for A Consultation

The first step toward a better life is to contact an attorney for a free consultation. Our office is conveniently located in the heart of Kalamazoo, near Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo College. To speak with an experienced lawyer about clearing your name, contact us at 866-978-9314.

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