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March 18, 2020 by in General

Have you been convicted of a misdemeanor offense that is affecting your life in some way?  Is your criminal record affecting job opportunities?  Is it something that happened a long time ago and you just want it off your record? If so, Lee Law Office PC can help.

Montana law allows for misdemeanor convictions to be expunged from your criminal record if certain requirements are met. An expungement means that the misdemeanor offense(s) that you were convicted of would be permanently destroyed and erased from your record. The basic requirements include:

· All sentencing requirements have been fulfilled (i.e., fines paid, jail time served, etc.);

· It has been 5 years since you completed your sentencing requirements; and

· You have not been charged or convicted of any other crimes from the time you completed your sentencing requirements.

If you meet these basic requirements, call us today for a free consultation to determine if you could be eligible to have your criminal record expunged.