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Expungement


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Expungements are a way for an offender to clear their record of a conviction.

Click and download the appropriate expungement document(s). First, please read the documentation on what can be expunged and other procedures to follow. Thank you!

What’s required of each citizen to be granted an expungement?

  1. Either have been charged and the case dismissed or passed to the inactive files or convicted of a felony or misdemeanor crime that Mississippi Code Section 99-19-71 allows to be expunged;
  2. Fit the criteria allowed under Mississippi Code Section 99-19-71 or 99-15-26;
  3. Retrieve a copy of your charging document, proof of disposition or sentencing order if applicable, and account balance sheet showing a zero balance from the clerk’s office where your charge originated;
  4. Prepare a petition for expungement and order for expungement and attach the documents retrieved from the clerk’s office for said charge;
  5. File those documents with the clerk of the court for the jurisdiction where your charge originated;
  6. AND Mail or deliver a copy of your petition and prepared order to the prosecuting authority for the court where your petition was filed.
  7. Filing and document fees may apply at your expense and the clerk of the court within the jurisdiction can advise of any court dates.



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