You would be looking for an attorney that has experience with filing Motions for Expungement. You can also go to www.njcourtsonline.com and download the forms for an expungement. You still may want to contact an attorney as this can be a complicated procedure.
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Many general practice attorneys do expungements. Not all records can be expunged though. You may want to make sure that you are eligible. NJSA 2C:52 deals with expungement law, and there are specific statutes that reference drug possession charges. Also, I am not sure how old you were when you received you arrest/ charge/ conviction but there are also different rules for young drug offenders (offenders under 21).
My office handles expungements. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. Our number is (732) 609-3915.
Any lawyer will do, or even yourself but if you want it done correctly your best bet is an experienced criminal defense attorney. They do them regularly and have the experience not to make mistakes or leave out a data base.
Most criminal lawyers will do this.
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