BRYANT CLARK LAW, PLLC

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MISSISSIPPI EXPUNGEMENTS
Mississippi Affordable Expungement Lawyers
Starting at $500.00

When you contact our office, you deal with an experienced expungement attorney, not a sales representative. The attorney will courteously review your information, advise you of legal rights, prepare all documents and guide you through the expungement process step by step. In most cases, we can prepare you papers and file your documents with the appropriate court within seven business days. Many attorneys charge $1000 or more for handling an expungement  case, we charge a low flat fees starting at $500 for an expungement. No hidden fees. No hourly rates, simply professional, courteous and economical legal services.  In addition, we are now offering payment plans to make our affordable services even more affordable.  Start your Expungement for as little as $250.

 

What crimes are eligible for Expungement in Mississippi?

 

Misdemeanor Convictions 

Any person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor, excluding a conviction for a traffic violation, and who is a first offender, may petition the justice, county, circuit or municipal court in which the conviction was had for an or to expunge such conviction from all public records.

 

Felony Convictions 

In 2010, the Mississippi felony expungement law was enacted which allows six felony convictions to be expunged for first time offenders of the following felony convictions:

 

• Shoplifting

 

• Malicious mischief

 

• Possession of controlled substances (including marijuana or drug paraphernalia)

 

• Larceny

 

• Bad checks and

 

• False pretense

 

You are not eligible for expungement until five (5) years after you have completed all of the terms and conditions of the sentence (incarceration, fines, probation, etc.), and you are only allowed to do this once. 

 

Expungement due to Dismissal of the Charge

Section 99-19-71(4) of the Mississippi Code states: “Upon petition therefor, a justice, county, circuit or municipal court [basically any judge or any court in Mississippi] shall expunge the record of any case in which an arrest was made, the person arrested was released and the case was dismissed or the charges were dropped or there was no disposition of such case.”

First offense DUI Convictions

Mississippi law allows for some first DUI convictions can be expunged, if its a FIRST OFFENSE DUI, the DUI CONVICTION must be PRIOR to the effective date of the new law (October 1, 2014) as well as five other requirements that must be met:

  • All conditions of the sentence must have been successfully completed;

  • Petitioner did not refuse a breath or blood test;

  • Petitioner’s blood alcohol concentration must have been below (.16%)if test results are available;

  • Petitioner has no subsequent DUI Conviction nor has a pending DUI charge; and

  • Petitioner must provide justification for the expungement

"Bryant is an extremely talented and caring lawyer who has an exceptional grasp of the law. Consultations are always easy and personal. He explains the law in plain everyday language. I definitely recommend Bryant and his firm if you need legal representation."

 

Wesly

"I hired Mr. Clark to represent me in my divorce case. After a week all of my paper work prepared and filed. He provided the exact services he promised."

Derwin

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • FREE CONSULTATION
  • NO OFFICE VISIT REQUIRED
  • LOW FLAT FEE
  • QUICK TURN AROUND
  • AFFORDABLE PAYMENT PLAN
  • EXPERIENCED ATTORNEY

CONTACT US.

Address

105 East China Street

Post Office Box 179

Lexington, MS 39095

Phone

662.834.6133

 

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(888) 702-6862