New Expungement Law for Misdemeanor convictions and Felony Class E convictions allows nonviolent offenders who have completed all requirements of their sentence and have no violent convictions to petition the court for expungement. This is effective July 1, 2012.
(NOTE: There are many offenses and factors listed in PC1103, so please refer to that public chapter for additional details.)
(1) A person who was convicted of one of the listed Class E felonies and sentenced to imprisonment for three years or less for an offense committed on or after 11/1/89;
(2) A person who was convicted of a misdemeanor committed on or after 11/1/89 except for one of the listed misdemeanors;
(3) A person who was convicted of a felony or misdemeanor committed prior to 11/1/89, but only if the person meets the requirements listed in PC1103.
Please click here for Public Acts Information regarding PC1103.
Upon filing this petition, as of July 1, 2012, a $350 Expungement fee and $100 Petition fee will be assessed.