If you have an old criminal conviction, you can have it expunged by obtaining a Pardon. It results in an erasure of the record. You can apply three years after the date of most misdemeanor convictions and five years after most felonies. You will probably have to attend a hearing. You may also want to inquire about the new expedited Pardons process which has recently gone into effect. If you think you may be eligible for a Pardon, please feel free to call Attorney Mark O. Grater 860-449-8059.
The Pardons Process October 13, 2016
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