It depends whether or not you are talking about two felony convictions entered simultaneously on the same case, or two separate cases resolved sequentially. Under the statute [s. 973.015(1)(c)] a prior felony conviction would serve to bar expunction. Under the same statute, if the offense was a violent felony, a stalking charge, or was a specified crime against children, expunction is likewise unavailable. If a record regarding expunction was not made at the time of sentencing, that may also be a problem. You really need to consult an attorney about the specifics of your case or cases to get a clear answer. Having said that, you never get what you don't ask for, so I would encourage you to investigate the possibility further.
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Contact Clayton Griessmeyer. He is in Verona, WI and should be able to answer your question(s).
Sal Sheikh practices law in Illinois.This answer is provided solely for informational purposes only. You should always speak directly with a lawyer in your State. It is difficult to evaluate your legal problem without a consultation and review of all the facts and documents at issue. This answer does not constitute legal advice, create an attorney-client relationship, or constitute attorney advertising.
yes, if the judge oks it. It is supposed to be ordered at the time of sentencing, but some judges will still do it. An attorney can help you with the process.
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