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Record Expungement in Gillette

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When you have marks on your criminal record, your history will likely show in a background check. This can complicate things such as applying for a place to live, obtaining a line of credit, making a big purchase, or applying for a job. To avoid the possibility of being denied one of these rights, you can have your criminal record sealed through what is known as expungement.

Sealing your criminal history can be a tricky process that requires you to present a written petition to the court. Attorney Steven Titus of Steven Titus & Associates, P.C. may be able to help you ensure your petition is filed correctly to maximize the chances that your expungement will be granted. Attorney Titus has extensive experience defending those who have been accused of all types of crimes, and may be able to assist you with clearing your record to help you maintain your rights and freedoms to their fullest extent.

Call Steven Titus & Associates, P.C. today at (307) 257-7800 and request an initial consultation to find out more about sealing your record with an expungement!

Eligibility for Expungement

In the state of Wyoming, you can only have your records sealed in certain circumstances. This prevents people who have been found guilty of serious crimes from hiding their criminal history.

If you were not convicted of a crime, you can seal your records if:

  • You were not convicted of any charge that resulted from your arrest
  • No charges were filed against you as a result of your arrest
  • All criminal proceedings against you as a result of your arrest were dropped or dismissed

If you were convicted of a misdemeanor crime, you can seal your records if:

  • At least five years have passed since you completed your sentence
  • You were not a repeat offender
  • The misdemeanor did not involve the use of a firearm

If you were convicted of a felony crime, you can seal your records if:

  • At least 10 years have passed since you completed your sentence
  • You were not a repeat offender
  • Your offense did not involve the use of a firearm
  • Your offense was not: violent, physically harmful to others, arson, an offense as a public official, an offense against a public administration, or a sex crime (in most cases)

Need more information about record expungements or want to find out if you are eligible? Contact a Gillette criminal defense attorney at Steven Titus & Associates, P.C. today!

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