Can felonies be expunged?

For the most part, felonies cannot be expunged. If a person is wrongfully convicted of a felony offense, and is later acquitted on appeal or after new evidence is brought to light, the offense may be able to expunge from the record. Arrests for felonies that do not result in convictions can be expunged from a person’s record as well.

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