Can i change a class 6 thats been set side to a misdemeanor
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Assuming the offense was never designated a felony but was left undesignated when probation was completed and assuming you completed the terms of your probation, you should seek to have it designated a misdemeanor- that is far better than a set aside. Many attorneys, myself included, offer free consultations to discuss the specifics of your case and your options in detail.
Your situation, your circumstances, and the best course of action for you cannot possibly be determined through this exchange. My comments are not intended to be legal advice on how you should act because there is too much information about you and your circumstances that I do not have. I hope to provide you with some additional information to consider but urge that you seek a personal consultation with a qualified attorney before you chose to act. Many criminal defense attorneys (myself included) offer free consultations.