New Laws in North Carolina You May Want To Know About


Recently, there have been new laws passed in North Carolina. At the Robinson Law Firm, we want all of our clients to stay in the know about laws in our state. Here are a few of the recently enacted laws you should know about.   Senate Bill 445: Expungements North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper signed […]

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North Carolina Expunction – FAQ – Part 3


What happens after the Expunction is granted by the Court? When the petition is granted, the Court directs the clerk to send a copy of the final order of expunction to the NC Department of Public Safety, the NC SBI, and the NC Department of Motor Vehicles.  All records relating to your apprehension, charge, trial […]

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North Carolina Expunction – FAQ – Part 2


How is the Expunction Process Started? First, there must be a determination that the charge/conviction is eligible for an expunction and which statute governs the expunction of that particular charge/conviction.  This determination includes obtaining a copy of your complete criminal record.  Once this is determined, the correct North Carolina Administrative Office of The Courts (NCAOC) […]

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North Carolina Expunction – FAQ – Part 1


What is an Expunction? Expunction is the legal process that allows you to remove a criminal charge(s) and/or conviction(s) from your official criminal record.  Once completed, the expunction restores you, in the view of the law, to the status you occupied prior to the criminal charge.  At that time, the charge and/or conviction will no […]

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