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How To Clear Or Expunge Your Record?
If you have been cleared of all charges, or have served your time and paid your fines, you should be allowed to turn your life around. Clearing your name by expunging your record can help you to get back on track and move on with your life. Whether your case involves a conviction, a dismissal or identity theft, you may be able to clear your record under new legal procedures in New Mexico.
What Is Expungement?
In most cases, expungement means the court case and the arrest will be treated as if they never occurred. When records are expunged, agencies and courts are required by law to say no such record exists. If a member of the general public tries to look up your record, and it has been expunged, the website will show no such record. If a member of the general public contacts an agency or court seeking information about you, and your record has been expunged, the agency or court official is required by law to reply that no such record exists.
Am I Eligible For Clearing My Records Of Conviction?
If you were convicted of a misdemeanor or felony in New Mexico and you have already completed probation or served your sentence entirely, you may be eligible for expungement of your criminal records under the Criminal Records Expungement Act, recently signed into law by Governor Michelle Lujan-Grisham.
Can My Dismissed Or Dropped Charges Be Cleared?
You may be eligible to clear your name by expunging your record under the Criminal Records Expungement Act if you were charged with a misdemeanor or felony, but the charges were dropped by the prosecutor, or dismissed by the court. Even if you were arrested but not formally charged in court with a crime, your arrest record could be cleared through expungement.
The Law Office Of Scott M. Davidson Can Help You Clear Your Record
At The Law Office Of Scott M. Davidson, we believe that if you are innocent, and the prosecution dropped the charges against you, or you were arrested, but never charged in court with a crime, you should not have to live in shame with a public accusation of criminal wrongdoing on your record forever. We believe that even if you were convicted of a crime after you have completed your sentence and paid your debt to society, you ought to be able to move on with your life. New legal procedures in New Mexico make it easier and more likely that you can clear your name.
Can We Help You Clean Up After Identity Theft?
Yes. If you are a victim of identity theft, you may be able to clear your name. Under the Criminal Records Expungement Act, courts are required to clear arrest records, court records, and other adverse information about victims of identity theft. Under new legal procedures, when a victim of identity theft petitions for expungement, the court has only thirty days after a hearing to issue an order to clear the record. The Law Office Of Scott M. Davidson has experience with clearing adverse court and arrest records for victims of identity theft.
We Are Experienced With Expungements In New Mexico
The assistance of an experienced expungement attorney can help you navigate new court procedures in New Mexico. At The Law Office Of Scott M. Davidson, we have the experience you need to help you clear your name quickly and efficiently. Scott Davidson has been clearing criminal records for New Mexicans since 2005, helping them to move on with their lives. To make an appointment, call The Law Office Of Scott M. Davidson at 505-420-5365 or contact us through this website.