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Criminal charge annulments aren't quick

Many people want to know what they can do about a criminal conviction after they have served their sentence. For some, there is the possibility of expungement, but these cases are limited. In New Hampshire, an expungement is known as an annulment. When you apply for this here, you can only ask the court to remove records from New Hampshire. Convictions and charges from other states will remain on your record.

Find out if you are eligible for expunging your criminal record

One of the most disheartening things that a person can experience is having a criminal record impact them for the rest of their life. Unfortunately, this is a real possibility now that so many employers, landlords and others do routine background checks. When you think about it, there isn't a good reason why old mistakes should haunt you for decades.

Criminal record expunction is only possible in limited cases

Having a criminal conviction on your record can present several challenges in your life. You might not be able to hold the job you want, and you may find that renting a home is difficult. While there isn't much you can do about this while you are completing your sentence, there is a chance that you might be eligible to have the conviction expunged from your record.

Understand what a criminal record expungement can do for you

Having a criminal record can mean that you have some very limited options in some areas of your life. For example, you might find that it is difficult to find a job or an apartment based solely on your criminal history. Some people who have a case that meets specific requirements might be able to have their record expunged.

Understand how an expungement might help you in the future

A mark on your criminal record is something that can have a negative impact on your life. Sometimes, there isn't anything that you can do about that mark; however, there are limited circumstances that might lead to you being able to seek an expungement of the criminal record.

What are the top reasons to seek expungement in New Hampshire?

If you or someone you know has ever made a mistake resulting in a conviction, you probably already know how this can affect your life. Even a simple arrest can leave a black mark on your record that will follow you for your lifetime. On the other hand, a criminal conviction changes your life in many negative ways from reputation damage to difficulty finding work.

The basics of expungement

Expungement is a legal process that can remove an arrest or conviction from someone's criminal record. For some people, this could have a profound effect on their lives. For example, you may then be eligible for certain jobs.

Should a request for expungement be part of a criminal defense?

Many people in Derry have made mistakes that have resulted in an arrest or criminal conviction. The question becomes whether they should have to continue to pay for that mistake long after they have fulfilled their sentencing requirements or otherwise resolved the matter. In some cases, it might be possible for the record to be expunged as part of a criminal defense.

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