Ever wonder what will happen to your driver's license record after an arrest, charge, or conviction has been expunged? Well, it may not be completely "sealed", like you had thought.
Here is an overview of how the expungement process works in Minnesota. The process can be daunting, so call Bruno Law and we will handle all the red tape.
Not all felonies are eligible for expungement, however, the State of Minnesota lists 50 felonies that may potentially be expunged. A criminal record, especially a felony, can create harsh consequences for many years. Contact Bruno Law for a consultation to discuss your case and whether you qualify for an expungement.
Here is an overview of what crimes cannot be expunged in Minnesota. The expungement process is a complicated process, so call Bruno Law to navigate the legalities and forms that are required.
A DUI conviction can bring about long-lasting consequences. But even though that conviction is in the past, can it be expunged from your record?
Expungement is a court-ordered process in which the legal record of an arrest or a criminal conviction is "sealed," or erased in the eyes of the law. Find out how they work and how Bruno Law can help with your expungement case.
Want to know if you are eligible to have your criminal record sealed? Use this Expungement Flowchart to determine if/when you are eligible for an expungement in Minnesota.
General Criminal Law
Having a criminal record can seriously diminish your quality of life. One way to offset the issues that will come from your unfortunate situation is to get the record expunged.