Help for Those With Past Criminal Records – Clean Slate

The Clean Slate Bill

The Michigan Legislature has passed, and the governor has signed, a law designed to assist Michigan residents with criminal convictions in their past obtain jobs, find housing, and move on with their lives. The law, known as “Clean Slate,” makes it easier for Michiganders to wipe convictions from their record. The law, which enjoyed bipartisan support, is aimed at ending a cycle of crime within communities and increasing public safety by allowing access to employment.

The new law allows expungement, as the process of removal of convictions is known, as early as three years in some cases, and up to seven years in others. It makes it easier to remove multiple offenses and increases the number of offenses eligible for expungement.

If you have a past history of criminal convictions and are seeking a fresh start, contact the experienced attorneys at Tanis Schultz. We will analyze your unique situation and give you reliable, honest advice about whether you are a good candidate for expungement. If you choose to proceed, we will work with you throughout the process, keeping you informed and answering your questions at each stage of the proceedings. We look forward to working with you.

Contact us online or by dialing (616) 227-3737 to schedule a free consultation today!

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