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Michigan Expungement Law 2015 Update

The Michigan expungement law made a major change this year and now more people than ever will be able to have their criminal conviction set aside. This means that people that have been convicted of assault and batter, retail fraud, drug possession and many other offenses will be able to have those convictions removed from their record.

Once a criminal offense is set aside you will never have to disclose that you have been convicted of a crime to potential employers, schools, or anyone else. Contact Michigan expungement lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today to begin a better life for yourself (734) 453-7806.

For more information about erasing your criminal record check out the video below:

Erase Your Criminal Record

It used to be that you could only expunge one criminal offense on your record and for the most part it had to be the only offense on your record.

The Michigan expungement law has changed, now you can expunge a felony with two misdemeanors on your record, or you can expunge two misdemeanors from your record.

The only requirement is that you do not have more offenses then mentioned above and that five years have passed since you completed probation or a jail/prison term.

Some offenses cannot be erased from your criminal record: Anything punishable by a life sentence such as armed robbery or murder cannot be expunged, traffic offenses such as DUI, most CSC charges, Child Abuse 2nd, and Human trafficking cannot be expunged.

Expungement Lawyer Michigan

Gain an edge in a competitive world by having your criminal conviction removed from your record. Expungement lawyer, Aaron J. Boria can help you set aside your criminal conviction.

To date, Boria has never lost an expungement hearing. Call (734) 453-7806 or email for a free consultation. We have obtained expungement for our clients all over the state of Michigan.