I got welfare fraud charges?
Is there a way to get it off your record
3 attorney answers
Your question is tricky because there is not enough information to directly answer. If you have charges that are pending, then it is too soon to answer your question. It would depend on the outcome of the case. If you were found guilty of the charge or took a plea deal that resulted in guilt, then you will not be able to expunge the charge. It will always be on your record. If you were found not guilty, or the case was dismissed, then you may expunge the charge and remove it from your record. Hope this answers your question
Sure. One way to keep if off your record is to be found not guilty, or have the charges otherwise dismissed. Of course, without knowing what the evidence is, none of us are in a position to evaluate how likely that might be.
If the outcome of your situation is important to you, then you would be wise to be represented by an experienced, respected and successful Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney.