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Clear Your Slate: Understanding Expungement with Ingrum Law

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Expungement Definition


Oftentimes Ingrum Law receives calls from someone that wants to get their criminal history expunged. What is an expungement? The Black’s Law dictionary defines expungement as “the process by which a record of a criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed after expiration of time or after successful completion of probation.” Tennessee Code Annotated Section 40-35-313 addresses expungement in Tennessee.


The attorneys at Ingrum Law can handle the process of expunging your criminal for you from beginning to end so long as you are eligible pursuant to the statute. If you have the judgment or court order that outlines the criminal conviction that you desire to be expunged and if you know your own criminal history, then one of our criminal defense attorneys should be able to assess whether or not you are eligible to have your criminal record expunged or wiped clean permanently.


Give us a call to find out if you are eligible for expungement today!

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