Minnesota Misdemeanor Expungement Attorneys

A conviction or stayed sentence for a petty misdemeanor or gross misdemeanor is expungeable as long as you have not been convicted of a new crime for at least two years since discharge of the sentence for the crime, except for cases involving:

  • Domestic abuse or sexual assault
  • Violation of an order for protection
  • Violation of a harassment restraining order
  • Stalking or
  • Violation of a domestic no contact order ("DANCO")

A conviction or stayed sentence for a gross misdemeanor so long as you have not been convicted of a new crime for at least four years since discharge of the sentence for the crime.

If you, or someone close to you, have a misdemeanor conviction on your record in Minneapolis, Minnesota, or surrounding areas, it is important to realize that you do not need it hanging over your head on background checks. By partnering with a skilled legal team, you can pursue a misdemeanor expungement to remove any previous convictions from background checks.

Having helped thousands of clients in more than 30 years of criminal defense practice, our attorneys at Arneson & Geffen PLLC are prepared to help you address any misdemeanor expungement issue. We will partner directly with you to understand what is on your record and take the most efficient and effective course to removing it from the record in the best possible way.

To get in touch and schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, call 612-208-6961 or email the firm.