If you are struggling to establish the quality of life you feel you are entitled to after a conviction, you may be eligible to you have your record expunged. In Minnesota, many people who have been convicted of a crime or arrested are able to have their records sealed. This can help many people get a job, housing, or other important features of livelihood. Brockton D. Hunter P.A. has taken an active role in helping many people move beyond the incidents of their past through expungement.
With more than 15 years of experience in helping clients seal criminal records, our team can help you. Call us at (612) 979-1112.
In the state of Minnesota, there are two forms of expungement. Currently, there is statutory authority expungement and inherent authority expungement. The crucial differences between the two types of expungements are how the kinds of records that are sealed. Inherent authority expungement is normally only available through the court.
We have helped a number of people seal their criminal records so they are able to move on with their lives after a criminal offense. In fact, Brock Hunter was a crucial factor in the effort to reform expungement law in Minnesota. Along with being a Minneapolis criminal defense attorney, he served as the Legislative Chair for the Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyer.
To take the first step in the expungement process, contact us at (612) 979-1112.