Criminal Legal Services Offers Aggressive Criminal Defense

Criminal Legal Services Offers Aggressive Criminal Defense

Don't Give Up Hope, Let Our Experienced Attorney Help You

Don't Give Up Hope, Let Our Experienced Attorney Help You

Having The Right Attorney Can Make All The Difference

Having The Right Attorney Can Make All The Difference

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Expungement of Prior Crimes

Under certain circumstances Michigan law allows you to expunge or “Set Aside” a past conviction from your criminal record. Having a criminal conviction on your record can prevent you from obtaining employment or getting into a school you want to attend. At Criminal Legal Services, our attorneys specialize in having a criminal conviction expunged from records. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your options with and experienced attorney who specializes in expungement cases.

An expungement, also known as “setting aside convictions” allows a person who is convicted of not more than one offense (misdemeanor or felony)  and meets the requirements of Michigan law, to set aside that one conviction. After a one time offender receives an expungement they will have a clean criminal record and there is will no longer be a publicrecord of your conviction. If you have more than one conviction you will not be eligible to expunge or set aside any conviction.

To be eligable to expunge or set aside a conviction you must wait 5 years after the sentence for that conviction or 5 years after you have completed any term of imprisonment for that conviction, whichever occurs later.

A conviction cannot be expunged/set aside from your record if any of the follow apply:

1) You have more then one conviction, misdemeanor or felony.
2) It has been less than 5 years sense the conviction
3) You were convicted of a felony for which the maxim punishment is life imprisonment
4) You were convicted for an attempt to commit a felony for which the maxim punishment is life imprisonment
5) You were convicted for violation or attempted violation of the Michigan Penal Code, Criminal Sexual Conduct
(MCL 750.520c; MCL 750.520d; MCL 750.520g)
6) Conviction for a traffic offense

Contact us today for a free consultation to you can discuss your options with an experienced criminal attorney and determine whether or not you may be eligible to expunge a prior conviction.

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Criminal Legal Services – Experienced Defense Attorneys

Criminal Legal Services, office located in Southfield, handle criminal cases in virtually every court throughout Oakland, Wayne, Macomb, Livingston and Washtinaw County. Every case is different; however, our attorneys have obtained outstanding results for their clients. The results speak for themselves and although we cannot promise the same outcome for every case, we can promise that a top criminal attorney who specializes in the crimes alleged will do everything they can to obtain the same quality of results. Any misdemeanor or felony carries the possibility of jail time; therefore, you must have the best attorney in the business handle your case. Having the right attorney can make all the difference.

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