Take Advantage Of Recent Changes To Missouri’s Criminal Expungement Laws!
Its time to take back control of your life.
You may be eligible for an expungement of a Misdemeanor offense as early as 1 YEAR after successfully completing probation; or as early as 3 YEARS after successfully completing probation for Felony offenses!
It has never been easier for those who have been arrested, charged or convicted of an offense to clear their record in the State of Missouri. Missouri’s new expungement law, §610.140 RSMo, went into effect January 1, 2018. It substantially expanded the list of criminal offenses eligible for expungement.
Use our FREE online tool to help assess your eligibility for an expungement!
ExpungeMO has developed an online tool to help individuals assess possible eligibility for an expungement under this new law, as well as the expungement of DWI convictions under §610.130 RSMo. Use it to see if you might qualify then review your case with an attorney with no obligation.
Generally, an expungement involves filing a petition in court, ensuring that all proper parties are named and notified, and attending a court hearing where objections to the expungement will be heard. Ultimately a judge will decide whether a record will be expunged.
We offer several options to assist you in this process. The first step is to answer some questions about your situation to determine whether you qualify for a free attorney consultation. If you qualify, you will then have an opportunity to review your case with an attorney and discuss your options.
Missouri law is clear that an order of expungement shall restore a person to the status he or she occupied prior to arrest, plea, trial or conviction, as if such events had never taken place.
That means if you have an offense expunged, you are not required to disclose the expunged offense on an application for employment or other such inquiries. There are a few exceptions that we can explain as you go through the process. This also means your record will be removed from Missouri Casenet.
There is no fee or obligation to discuss your case with an attorney.
If after talking to an attorney you’d like our help to obtain your expungement, you will be assessed a one-time fee of $999 plus your filing fee.
What our clients are saying about us:
Extremely satisfied! Ross was able to get my old DWI expunged off my driving record.Kevin K., St. Louis, MO
The easiest experience I’ve ever had hiring a lawyer.Bryan B., Chesterfield, MO