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    Know and Protect Your Rights in a Criminal Defense Matter



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          Does Expungement Apply To Charges Only, Or Does It Cover Convictions As Well?

          The expungement is for the conviction. If you were charged but not convicted, then you wouldn’t need an expungement; you would need a petition or a motion for factual innocence. If your matter was dismissed or the case was never actually charged, then you could petition to be deemed factually innocent and have the arrest sealed and destroyed.

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