If you have been arrested or convicted of a crime, it may be possible to have the arrest or conviction cleared from your record. This process is known as “setting aside” your arrest or conviction or, more colloquially, “expunction.”
If you qualify and complete this process, you may answer questions about whether you have been arrested or convicted as if the event did not occur. This can be crucial in job and housing applications.
For a more thorough examination of whether you qualify to have your record set aside, contact the lawyers at Boise Matthews Donegan.