Felonies Eligible for Expungement

A conviction or stayed sentence for the following specified felony offenses is eligible for expungement, provided that the person has had not been convicted of a new crime for at least five years following discharge of the sentence:

Felony convictions which are not on this list are not presently eligible for statutory expungement. However, you can still pursue judicial expungement.Judicial expungement only applies to court records, not to records held by executive branch agencies like the BCA. Nevertheless, an expungement can still have significant benefits, including providing a prospective employer with reassurances and legal protections.

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