Mississippi Expungement Attorney and Lawyer
Expungement means removing from your record a charge or conviction.
Generally, the law in Mississippi provides that a misdemeanor can be expunged if it is a first offense. The law also provides for expungement of an offense if it’s not a first offense if it involves a conviction that was non-adjudicated. The law also provides that if you have been convicted of one of these felonies: a bad check offense, possession of a controlled substance or paraphernalia, false pretense, larceny, malicious mischief or shoplifting, then you may petition the court where the conviction was had for an expungement of one conviction. In order to get the expungement you must wait five years after successful completion of all terms and conditions of the sentence which was given for the conviction.
If an expungement is granted you gain certain rights that you had lost upon conviction. Call or contact the Law Offices of John R. Reeves, P.C., to get your appointment to get on the path to having your conviction expunged and to learn more important details about expungement.