You Weren't Found Guilty, So Why Are You Being Punished?

Find out if your record could be expunged

You weren't convicted of a crime, but you were charged with one. Now, those charges follow you around like a dark shadow. You may feel like your reputation will never recover. The good news is, there's hope that you could be free of them one day. Depending on the charges and the circumstances surrounding them, you could be eligible to petition the court for an expungement.

Filing a petition for expungement is a complicated process. An attorney from BHM Law Group, LLC can help you figure out whether your charges are eligible for expungement. If they are, we'll guide you through the process step by step.

Are you ready to be free of old criminal charges?

Are you ready to be free of old criminal charges?

You can petition for an expungement if...

  • The case was not billed by the grand jury
  • You were found not guilty
  • The charges were dismissed without prejudice
Criminal convictions cannot be expunged under Alabama law. Only nonviolent felony charges, traffic violations, misdemeanors and municipal ordinance violations are eligible for expungement.