I was involved in a bad car accident several years ago, one I'm not proud of. I given a deferred judgment on a F4 Eluding charge, but convicted on a misdemeanor Reckless Endangerment charge in the same case. I successfully completed the deferred judgment's probation, leading to the charge being dismissed. (I have run a background check on myself and it shows "dismissed" for the Eluding). I am inquiring whether I can even get this sealed? I've heard mixed opinions on whether it is even possible. I need to know because I had a company I applied to work at turn me down, citing a felony conviction. I'm afraid it is affecting my ability to get gainful employment, and as such would love to know if it can be sealed. Thank you.
Estate Planning Attorney
In most jurisdictions you can get a felony conviction expunged as long as you haven't had any other run-ins with the law. Each state is different as to how long you have to wait or what type of felonies can be expunged. I would use Avvo's find a lawyer tool to find a local attorney, it shouldn't cost that much to get this taken care of as long as you qualify.
Personal Injury Lawyer
The issues you raise are state law issues, with the timing and ability to have convictions sealed, annulled or whatever varying from state to state. Contact a local lawyer using the AVVO find a lawyer tab and make the telephone call.
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State laws vary, but contact a local expungement lawyer. Avvo has a terrific "find a lawyer" tool to locate a top-rated Avvo attorney with a low fee. Good luck.
You can not get a felony or misdemeanor conviction in Colorado sealed. Colorado does not offer expungement of adult convictions and does not allow for any conviction to be sealed unless it is a class 6 felony drug use after 10 years.
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