Totowa NJ Expungement of Disorderly Persons Offense Lawyer
Expungement Attorney in Passaic County, New Jersey
If you were arrested and charged with a disorderly persons (“DP”) or petty disorderly persons (“PDP”) offense – such as resisting arrest, simple assault, harassment, or disorderly conduct – the arrest and original charge will all appear on your criminal record, regardless of whether there was ultimately a conviction. This can create issues with potential employers or educational institution that you are seeking to attend. To avoid those issues, you can hire an attorney to file an Expungement Petition on your behalf and move to have the arrest, original charge, and conviction (if any) removed from your record entirely.
Criminal defense attorney Alissa D. Hascup represents clients throughout New Jersey who are seeking an Expungement. Hiring Ms. Hascup will ensure that your Expungement Petition is submitted, argued and resolved as efficiently as possible. Contact her office anytime for an initial consultation, which is always provided free of charge.
Expungement of Disorderly Persons (“DP”) and Petty Disorderly Persons (“PDP”) Offenses in New Jersey: N.J.S.A. 2C:52-3
Expungement Disorderly Persons and Petty Disorderly Persons Offenses is governed by N.J.S.A. 2C:52-3 which provides:
Any person convicted of a disorderly persons offense or petty disorderly persons offense under the laws of this State who has not been convicted of any prior or subsequent crime, whether within this State or any other jurisdiction, or of another three disorderly persons or petty disorderly persons offenses, may, after the expiration of a period of 5 years from the date of his conviction, payment of fine, satisfactory completion of probation or release from incarceration, whichever is later, present a duly verified petition to the Superior Court in the county in which the conviction was entered praying that such conviction and all records and information pertaining thereto be expunged.
Up to 4 disorderly persons ( DP ) or petty disorderly persons ( PDP ) offenses may be expunged from your record under certain circumstances. To do so, 3 requirements must be met:
- You have never been convicted of a felony/indictable-level charge;
- 5 years have passed since your DP or PDP conviction(s); and
- You have paid all of your fines.
Contact a Denville NJ Expungement Lawyer for a Free Consultation Today
If you meet the three requirements listed above, an Expungement Petition can be filed on your behalf. Don’t risk your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to clean your record by trying to handle it on your own. Call 862-257-1200 or email Alissa Hascup anytime for a free consultation about your expungement.