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North Carolina Expungement Law Change Goes into Effect

The North Carolina General Assembly continued to offer relief for those trying to rebuild their life in 2021. Many changes were made to the rules for criminal record expungements and many of those changes went into effect in December of 2021.

North Carolina Expungement Law Change Goes into Effect: December 2021

The North Carolina General Assembly continued to offer relief for those trying to rebuild their life in 2021. Many changes were made to the rules for criminal record expungements and many of those changes went into effect in December of 2021.

The rules are fairly complicated and every case is unique but we’ve offered a few basics below:

  • New Rules for expungements for people with multiple non-violent misdemeanor convictions.

  • New Rules for expungements for people with multiple non-violent felony convictions.

  • Waiting period changes

  • New Rules for expungements of convictions under the age of 18.

  • New rules to allow some people who have a DWI conviction to have other charges expunged. *DWI convictions still remain off the list for North Carolina expungements.

Granados Law Group, PLLC our North Carolina Expungement lawyers are here to help. We can pull your criminal record and let you know whether or not you are eligible for a North Carolina expungement.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to our team at Granados Law Group, PLLC. One of our experienced attorneys can be reached, Monday-Friday at: 919-650-2851.

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