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Changes to Michigan's Expungement Laws

Changes to Michigan's Expungement Laws

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Michigan's expungement laws changed recently. The new rules allow someone with one felony conviction and two or less misdemeanors to set aside the felony conviction. Or, if you have one or two misdemeanor convictions and no felony convictions, you can ask to set aside one or both of the misdemeanors. You must still wait for five years from the date of sentencing, release from prison, probation, or parole to file your application. Find out if you qualify to set aside your conviction by using our Automated Online Application to Set Aside Conviction interview.