Expungements Springfield MO
What if your criminal record could just disappear? An expungement is a court-ordered removal of all official records of an individual’s arrest, plea, trial and conviction. In 2018 Missourians became eligible for expungement of their criminal records, including most misdemeanors and many felonies, including drug offenses.
Expunging a felony or a misdemeanor charge from your criminal record can directly affect your ability to:
- Getting hired for a new job
- Carry a firearm
- Pursue educational opportunities
- Obtain housing
Clear Your Record
You're eligible for misdemeanor expungement after 3 years from the close of your case. A case is closed when the fines are paid off, probation is complete, or the jail sentence is completed.
You may be eligible for a felony expungement after 7 years from the close of your case. Completion of a felony case occurs when you’ve served your jail/prison term or completed probation.
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