New Expungement Law

Everybody makes mistakes. But as recently as last year, if you had ever been convicted of a crime in Minnesota, it was nearly impossible to get the records related to that offense totally sealed. As a result, many people were missing out on career, housing, and other opportunities because of background that revealed crimes they had committed years ago.

Now there is hope. Thanks to laws that will go into effect January 1, 2015, Minnesotans can finally leave their past mistakes where they belong—in the past. These changes will allow people that were convicted of a crime in the past to seal all the records related to that offense, whether those records are maintained by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the Judicial Branch, or even a private company.

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Take advantage of these new changes. Embrace the future. Contact an expungement attorney at Tarshish Cody, PLC now by dialing 612-888-5188612-888-5188 or fill out an expungement case review form. All communications will remain confidential.

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