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Expungements Lawyers in Mercer County NJ
Being charged with a criminal offense is bad enough but being scarred with a criminal conviction can be devastating to one’s future. It could have a significant impact on one’s ability to be accepted into their dream college, obtain a professional license and either gain or maintain meaningful employment. If you have been convicted of a crime in Mercer County and you would like to erase your record the Law Offices Proetta & Oliver. The expungement laws in New Jersey are rather complicated and therefore it is imperative that you speak to an experienced New Jersey expungement lawyer about your options. There are certain crimes in New Jersey that cannot be expunged and the ones that are have different “waiting periods”. Those time periods must be satisfied before an expungement can even be filed. For example, if you have been convicted of a disorderly persons offense, a Defendant must wait three (3) years before they can file for an expungement. On top of that, only a certain amount of convictions are allowed to be expunged. For example, a Defendant is only able to expunge three disorderly persons offenses provided they do not have any other types of convictions out there.
If you have been convicted of a crime in New Jersey and would like to speak to Mr. Oliver about your options please contact us at (609) 789-0779. Mr. Oliver has been perfecting expungements in New Jersey, in towns like Hamilton, Lawrence, Princeton, Trenton, Robbinsville, West Windsor, East Windsor, Ewing and Hightstown for years. He has even lectured on the subject at the New Jersey State Bar Association. Here is a breakdown of the expungement statute in New Jersey. Please click the following link below that relates to your situation or if you’d like to contact us directly, we can give you a free initial consultation.
How Long Do I Have To Wait For an Expungement in New Jersey?
- Arrests not Resulting in Convictions
- No Waiting Period
- Township Ordinances
- Two Year Waiting Period
- Diversionary Programs
- Six Month Waiting Period
- Disorderly Persons Offense
- Three Year Waiting Period
- Indictable (Felony) Offenses
- Ten Year Waiting Period / Five if Good Cause Exists
- Youthful Drug Offenders
Help Erase Your Criminal Record – Mercer County NJ Attorneys
The attorneys at Proetta & Oliver are experienced Mercer County criminal defense attorneys. Our office has been perfecting expungements for clients for years now. If you or a loved one has a criminal conviction, whether it be simple assault, stalking, burglary, trespassing, heroin possession or marijuana distribution, we can help. Our office serves all of New Jersey including the following counties: Mercer County, Monmouth County, Burlington County, Atlantic County and Camden County. If you would like to schedule a free consultation today please contact us at (609) 789-0779 or even email us. Do not let a criminal conviction linger around.