What Can I Get Expunged in Oklahoma?There are at least 15 kinds of expungements in Oklahoma and one or two in the U.S. Federal District Courts. Our experienced Oklahoma expungement attorneys can determine your expungement options.
How can you get a misdemeanor or felony expunged in Oklahoma? There are a number of circumstances that qualify for expungement in Oklahoma. Give the lawyers at Bury Your Past a chance to review your history. If you qualify, we will work to clear your record.
Hoping for an Oklahoma Felony Expungement?
There’s good news for an estimated 65,000 Oklahomans with certain prior felony convictions. In 2018, State Question 780 reduced some felony charges to misdemeanors. Since 780 was not retroactive, previous convictions remained classified as felonies. House Bill 1269 has solved this problem. The new bill also helps by making more Oklahomans eligible for expungement. *New Law Effective Nov. 1st, 2019.
Deferred Misdemeanor or Felony Expungement
Did you receive a deferred sentence in Oklahoma? This is one of the most common Oklahoma expungement options. We can easily expunge your deferred felony or misdemeanor plea or charge.
Oklahoma Misdemeanor Expungement Process
We make it simple to wipe away a misdemeanor deferred case. Simply complete the Bury Your Past Oklahoma expungement application. One of our Oklahoma City or Tulsa expungement lawyers can start on your misdemeanor expungement right away.
Oklahoma Felony Expungement Process
Need to know how to get a felony expunged in Oklahoma? Felony expungements after a deferred sentence require the same process as a misdemeanor. However, felony records can have a greater impact on your employment and overall lifestyle. That’s why removing a felony case record is so important. Give us a call or complete an online Oklahoma expungement application to get started.
Pardons for Felony Convictions
Sex Offense Expungements
Suspended Sentence or Conviction Expungements
Protective Order Expungement
Municipal Ticket Expungements
Juvenile or Youthful Offender offense Expungements
Administrative Action Expungements
Expunge Your Acquittal
Under 18 Years Old
No Charges Filed
Factual Innocence Through DNA
Expunge Your Appeal
Expunge Your Federal Offense
Some prior felony convictions will now qualify for “re-classification” under new Oklahoma laws. Find out if your felony conviction qualifies. Bury Your Past attorneys are ready to help with your Oklahoma felony expungement.