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Expunge Your Record
- Louisiana Criminal Lawyers
Revised Statute 44:9 has been replaced
by Act 145. Beginning on August 1, 2104
the following expungement law and qualifications
the text of ACT 145 and the forms here.
Please call us today to get your expungement
order to expunge your record in Louisiana,
you must comply with the strict and complex
rules listed in Act 145. Clients who are
seeking to expunge a Louisiana arrest
may need to set aside the conviction first
pursuant to Article 893 or 894 of the
Louisiana Criminal Code of Procedure.
In other instances, because of the new
law, time will be the determining factor
of expungement eligibility, not Article
894 or 893. Expungements are possible
for certain felony and misdemeanor violations
as well as municipal ordinances.
on the crime, an expungement may be possible
in state, municipal or traffic court.
Even if you have a conviction, you may
still be eligible for an expungement.
Likewise, if the charge against was dismissed
or if you were aquitted through trial
or otherwise, an expungement will likely
be possible. Expungements of arrests include,
but are not limited to:
Possession and other drug crimes
(some depending on the time that
has passed others not)
Open container ordinance violations
Disturbing the peace
Any non-violent crime unless
the violent crime was dismissed
or an aquittal was obtained
file expungements and, if needed, a Motion
to Set Aside pursuant to Article 893 or
Article 894, for clients in all parishes,
Parish (New Orleans), Jefferson Parish
(Metairie, Gretna, Kenner, Harahan, Waggaman,
Grand Isle, Avondale, Westwego, Marrero,
Lafitte), St. Tammany Parish, St. Bernard
Parish, St. Charles Parish, East Baton
Rouge Parish, West Baton Rouge Parish,
St. John the Baptist Parish, East Feliciana
Parish, West Feliciana Parish, St. Helena
Parish, Tangipahoa, Parish,
Livingston Parish, Ascension Parish, and
St. James Parish.
us today to start
the process of filing your expungement.
As a law firm,
we are compassionate in guiding our clients
through the criminal justice system and
work to resolve every case in the best
interests of our clients. Contact
us now for an
immediate, free evaluation of your case.
DIGIULIO UTLEY, LLC, Attorneys at Law
for a free consultation for your expungement