Can I Expunge a Prostitution Conviction?

According to Mo. Rev. Stat. § 610.131, individuals who pled guilty to or were found guilty of prostitution when they were under the age of 18 may apply for an order of expungement regarding all official records related to their arrest, plea, trial, and conviction. The court is required to enter an order of expungement […]
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Can I Expunge My Arrest Record?

In some circumstances, you might be arrested on suspicion of a crime, but the prosecutor’s office declines to charge you, often due to a lack of evidence to support the arrest. If you are in this situation, you may be able to expunge your arrest records pursuant to Mo. Rev. Stat. § 610.122. One way […]
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How Do I Expunge a DWI or BWI Guilty Plea from My Past?

You may be able to expunge a driving while intoxicated (DWI) or boating while intoxicated (BWI) guilty plea from your past if you are eligible to do so under Mo. Rev. Stat. § 610.130. After ten years have passed since you plead guilty or were found guilty at trial of an intoxication-related traffic or boating […]
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