Questions YOU May Have About NC Expungements

By November 20, 2015Uncategorized

shutterstock_messy file folderNorth Carolina may have strict laws for expungements, however this does not necessarily mean every conviction has to remain on your record.  There are quite a few determining factors when petitioning the courts for the expungement of a conviction.  Has the mandatory waiting period passed?  Did you complete all sentencing associate with the case and pay the restitution?  Is the conviction even a charge which the state will allow to be expunged?  Here at The Law offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC, we possess a team willing and able to assist you in determining your eligibility for the expungement of your case.   We encourage the public to contact our office at (919) 585-1486, and to look over our website, www.wileynickel.com

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  • Stephanie soltis says:

    I got a felony when I was 25 I am now 42 and would like to get into a government job. I was in the Army and they took me but I have a hard time getting any job that I truly prefer to be in. I am a Manager at Rite Aid. I worked with the police and my husband is a police officer but we are trying to figure out how to get this handled without it costing an arm and a leg. Also, I am not sure if a 1 time governors pardon would be the other route. Please let me know. Stephanie

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