Expungement in Louisiana

How to Clean up Your Criminal Record

An expungement is the process of removing a record of arrest or conviction from public view.  The process is not automatic. A motion must be filed with the court requesting that the court order various agencies to remove the record.

Expungement law is a complicated area of law that requires great knowledge of the criminal justice system and the way records are maintained.

Filing an expungement improperly may lead to increased costs in and extended delay in re-filing.  An experienced expungement lawyer may even be able to advise if your record allows for an expungement.

An expungement may help you clean up your criminal record and keep it out of public view. Benefits may include obtaining employment, getting your TWIC card, obtaining housing, and government programs.  

We file expungements for clients in the areas including St. Tammany Parish, Tangipahoa, Livingston Parish, and East Baton Rouge.

We are experienced expungement lawyers in Louisiana. If you are interested in starting over with a clean criminal record, call us at (985) 888-0009.

We accept referrals from other attorneys for expungements.

What Happens After an arrest or conviction is expunged?

Louisiana Agencies that can still see the record

The use of the record for later prosecution

Sex Offenders Must still register

Incarcerated individuals and expungements

Arrest with no conviction

Misdemeanor expungement

When you can't expunge misdemeanor

How often can you expunge misdemeanors

Felony Expungement in Louisiana

Service of Expungement


DWI and Expungements

Interim Expungement

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