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North Carolina Record Expungement FAQFrequently Asked Questions

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Topic: North Carolina Record Expungement FAQ
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T Rley
10th December 2014 10:43am
If I got expungement for a charge last year and the paperwork was just processed a couple months ago, what happens with that if I now have another charge for something different?
Jenna Thorne
11th December 2014 11:07am
If your expungement was already granted by the court, then that expungement should not be affected by your recent charge. However, the judge in your active case will have access to the fact that you have previously had a case expunged. And the previous case may affect your ability to expunge the current case once it has been resolved, depending on the specifics of each case. The timing of whether the expungement has been granted and what the disposition is of the two cases are very important to how each of them will be affected by the other.
John chinonye Ndupu
15th September 2014 2:54am
How do I go about clearing my driving record for failing to stop for a stopped school bus and following too closely?
15th September 2014 4:02am
Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, we do not handle expungement of traffic records.

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