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Criminal Law

Do charges ever disappear from your record?

In North Carolina, charges do not disappear from your record after a certain amount of time. You have to actively petition to get charges removed from your criminal record. However, not all charges are eligible for expunction. The nature of your charges will determine...

Does an expungement wipe the slate clean?

A criminal record may impact you for years after you finish your sentence. Sometimes, it may bar you from getting certain jobs or even living in some rental communities. An option you may want to consider is asking the court for an expungement. This process can give...

Is deferred prosecution an option for you?

If you are a first-time offender, you are likely worried about how a conviction will impact your future. A criminal record can follow you for a long time, affecting both your personal and professional life for many years. Some crimes may even prevent you from getting...

Can a DUI impact your college options?

A DUI conviction could have long-lasting and far-reaching impacts that you may not consider when faced with the threat initially. However, due to the potential ripples, it can cause in your life, you want to face a DUI charge like a serious matter. As an aspiring...

Common questions about expungement

A criminal record can make life very difficult. Background checks are standard for most employers, lenders and rental agencies, making any past charges easily found and held against you. If an arrest or conviction from your past presents significant challenges to...