Expungement of a Charge Not Resulting in a Conviction

N.C.G.S. § 15A-146

If you received a charge that was either dismissed or you were found not guilty, you may be eligible for an expungement.

How you qualify:

  • Charged with a felony or misdemeanor.
  • Charge(s) dismissed or found not guilty
  • No previous felony convictions.

Your case may be over, but the criminal charge or conviction may still be on your permanent record. The expungement process is complex and time-consuming. Fortunately, the attorneys at Roberts Law Group are here to take that burden off of your shoulders. Roberts Law Group offers affordable prices for all of your expungement needs. For more information and to find out if you qualify for an expungement today, please contact Roberts Law Group for a free consultation.

North Carolina vs. M.W.
Charge: Charge: Robbery with A Dangerous Weapon (4 Counts), First Degree Burglary, Conspiracy to Commit Robbery with A Dangerous Weapon
Facing: 12 - 17 years in prison
Result: Dismissed

An incarcerated defendant accused our client of participating in the robbery of a group of youth at a party. We were able to raise doubt as to the credibility of this individual. In the end, the prosecutor dismissed these charges, citing a lack of evidence.