The collateral consequences for criminal charges and convictions on an individual’s record, for most, is life altering.

As a result, many individuals are hindered from occupational possibilities and housing options, among other examples. In North Carolina, the opportunity to obtain an expunction is limited. An expunction in this jurisdiction is a legal process to erase a criminal conviction or criminal charge from an individual’s record. There are 5 Essential Steps to completion: 1.) Eligibility Determination; 2. Filing the Petition; 3.) Review by Other State Agencies; 4.) Possible Hearing and Decision by the Court; 5.) Elimination of Expunged Record(s). However, the first step is the most important and complex. Thus, you will want to hire an experienced attorney to guide you through the process and file the appropriate documentation.



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Wallace Office

Wallace Office:
928 N Norwood St
Wallace, NC 28466

Wilmington Office

Wilmington Office:
(Inside the Cotton Exchange Exec Center)
321 N Front Street
Wilmington, NC 28401

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