Aggravated robbery conviction expunged
Over 50 years after his conviction , expungement lawyer Lynne Torgerson secures an expungement for Grady Shockley, a wonderful gentleman nearly 80 years old. Watch this heart warming story.
Expungement law update, good news
Lynne Torgerson, Esq., expungement lawyer, criminal defense lawyer, has been practicing law for over 26 years. She has been handling expungements for nearly as long, with good success.
Additionally, there is good news for people who want to obtain expungements. As of January 1, there is a new expungement law. Petitioners can now get get both judicial and executive branch records expunged even if they were convicted of an offense. For a number of years, people were barred from obtaining an expungement if there was a conviction in their case. The new law has waiting periods for when a person can seek an expungement, depending on the severity of the offense. Please note that to obtain an expungement of a conviction, you need to remain crime free, after you have been convicted, and after you have been discharged from probation. You must also go back to the county of conviction. If you have a conviction in more than one county, you must go back to each county in which you have a conviction you wish to have expunged. This is a new wonderful “second chance” law benefiting you. Ms. Torgerson would love to help you obtain an expungement. Expungements also help obtaining employment and housing. Ms. Torgerson has extensive experience obtaining expungements and she can help you on your case.
Ms. Torgerson has obtained expungements of judicial and executive records of misdemeanors and felonies, theft convictions, drug charges, assault cases, aggravated robbery, homicide, adult and juvenile cases, etc., for her clients. Call Lynne Torgerson, Esq., expungement lawyer, a lawyer of excellence! (612) 339-5073!