New Jersey’s “Clean Slate” Law Greatly Expands Expungement Eligibility

On December 18, 2019, Governor Murphy signed Senate Bill 4154 into law.  Effective June 15, 2020, many individuals, who were previously ineligible for expungement will now be permitted to take advantage of this significant change in the law.  The Clean Slate provision permits individuals who would otherwise be ineligible to have their criminal records expunged to obtain an expungement of a crime, offense or multiple crimes and offenses after the expiration of ten years.  Specifically, the Clean Slate provision states:[…] Read More

How do I Clear my Criminal Record?

Making a mistake and receiving a criminal charge can completely change your life, and the life of your family and friends. A criminal charge can lead to expensive fines, potential jail time, the inability to vote, or the loss of your license among other things. Clearing your record is the best option for someone who needs to start a clean slate. What Are Expungement Laws? Expungement laws are helpful to those who would like to erase, seal, or limit public[…] Read More

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