I have had NO CRIMINAL CONTACT since August 2005 but I need the misdemeanor assault off ASAP. It has not been ten years quite yet.
Oregon's Expungement Law, ORS 137.225, requires the satisfaction of a 10-year waiting period when a person is convicted of multiple offenses, even where the offenses all arise from the same incident.
The good news is that you are almost there! The bad news is that you must wait until the 10th anniversary of your convictions to file your motion.
What you can do in the meantime is obtain a copy of your court records and contact a criminal defense attorney who assists clients with expungements, so you will be ready to move forward at the earliest possible moment.
Many attorneys offer free and confidential consultations. Good luck!
ORS 137.225 doesn't treat misdemeanors any differently from felonies. You should be eligible to expunge all of them (assuming you meet all other eligibility criteria) in August 2015; only about 8 months to go...
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