Felony Breaking and Entering Convictions Can Be Expunged If You Were Under 18 at the Time of the Offense

By September 27, 2016Uncategorized

Were you charged with felony breaking and entering in North Carolina prior to your 18th birthday? If the case resulted in a conviction (even if the conviction occurred after turning 18), it may be possible to have the case expunged from your criminal record. One of the most important criteria’s for eliNC-Expungementgibility would be the individual has had no prior or subsequent misdemeanor or felony convictions. In other words, this was a once in a lifetime conviction with absolutely no other convictions on the individual’s record.

Of course with a conviction of this severity level, there are other criteria which must be met to qualify for an expungement. The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC, can assist you in determining if you are eligible to file an expungement of your conviction. Contact our office at (919) 585-1486 for a free consultation. In most cases, everything can be done by phone or email and you will never have to visit our office. We handle all counties in North Carolina. Email Wiley at wiley@wileynickel.com for more information.

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