EXPUNGEMENT LAWYER SERVING ALL OF MISSISSIPPI
105 East China Street
P. O. Box 179
Lexington, MS 3905
We will fight to clean up your criminal record quickly, competently, and inexpensively as possible.
- Bryant Clark Law, PLLC handle expungements all over the State of Mississippi
- Depending on the facts of your arrest and disposition, we may able to expunge or seal your records.
- Wouldn’t it be a relief to keep such a personal matter private and to protect your future?
Bryant Clark Law, PLLC, in Lexington, Mississippi, represents clients throughout the Delta, including the cities of Greenville, Meridian, Vicksburg, Hattiesburg, Columbus, Starkville, Gulfport, Clinton, Pearl, Brandon, Ridgeland, Madison, Canton, Byram, Richland, Yazoo City, Kosciusko, Natchez, Laurel, Brookhaven, Forest, Greenwood, Indianola, Grenada, Philadelphia, McComb and other communities in Hinds County, Rankin County, Madison County, Washington County, Yazoo County, Attala County, Holmes County, Leflore County, Simpson County, Noxubee County, Oktibbeha County, Lowndes County, Forrest County, Scott County and Lauderdale County.
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Mississippi law sets out a procedure for an individual to expunge a record of conviction for a felony or misdemeanor. Under the Mississippi Expungement Law, an individual may have the right to expunge all court records, all records in the possession of any state or local police department, the bureau of criminal identification and the probation department, including, but not limited to, any fingerprints, photographs, physical measurements, or other records of identification.
Contact us today to schedule a free, confidential consultation to discuss expungement of your felony or misdemeanor criminal record. Call us at 866-834-6133. We will make every effort to expunge your record of arrest or criminal conviction.
What crimes are eligible for Expungement in Mississippi?
Any person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor, excluding a conviction for a traffic violation, and who is a first offender, may petition the justice, county, circuit or municipal court in which the conviction was had for an or to expunge such conviction from all public records.
In 2010, the Mississippi felony expungement law was enacted which allows six felony convictions to be expunged for first time offenders of the following felony convictions:
- Possession of controlled substances (including marijuana or drug paraphernalia)
You are not eligible for expungement until five (5) years after you have completed all of the terms and conditions of the sentence (incarceration, fines, probation, etc.), and you are only allowed to do this once.
Expungement due to Dismissal of the Charge
Section 99-19-71(4) of the Mississippi Code states: “Upon petition therefor, a justice, county, circuit or municipal court [basically any judge or any court in Mississippi] shall expunge the record of any case in which an arrest was made, the person arrested was released and the case was dismissed or the charges were dropped or there was no disposition of such case.”
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