Felony Crimes Re-Classified As Misdemeanors
For non-violent felony crimes which today are re-classified as misdemeanors, expungement is available 30 days after completion of the sentence or 30 days after commutation of the sentence – assuming that ALL other conditions of probation are fulfilled (including treatment if ordered), restitution is paid, court costs are paid, etc. This section may also apply to revocations and accelerations of probationary sentences in some circumstances. (**Note: Recla
ssification under 2019 law does NOT mean that a former felony conviction becomes a misdemeanor conviction. It merely changes the potential length of the sentence).
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If you’d like to clear your re-classified conviction from your record, contact one of our expungement lawyers here. It’s time to Bury Your Past. We are always available to help you in your time of need.
Expunge A Felony Re-Classified As a Misdemeanor.