Haugen Moeckel & Bossart has published a new article entitled, “A Blast From The Past: Why is your old North Dakota conviction still showing up?” The report sheds light on the different kinds of convictions someone may have in North Dakota and the possibility of trying to seal such convictions. Those interested in getting the best legal advice and other interested individuals can view the full article at Haugen Moeckel &Bossart/Blog.
The article includes several interesting pieces of information; one, in particular, is the different kinds of convictions in North Dakota. Moreover, the report states that felony and misdemeanor convictions are the most frequent ones; yet the actual conviction may not be what it appears. For instance, deferred imposition of a sentence could result in a sentence that leads to dismissal and sealing of the file entirely. This information should be of particular interest to those wishing to get the best legal advice. Therefore, seeking an experienced criminal defense attorney for guidance along the way is advisable.
One of the most important pieces of information the article tries to convey is that someone can try to seal the conviction. This type of petition is very technical and precise; therefore, it is always wise to have the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney to help people draft it properly. The best example of this is perhaps found in the following extract:
‘A person may file a petition to seal a criminal record if he has pled guilty to, or was found guilty of, a misdemeanor offense and has not been charged with a new crime for at least three years from the date of release from incarceration, parole, or probation.’
In discussing the article’s creation, Stacey Tjon Bossart, Founder/CEO at Haugen Moeckel & Bossart, said:
“Since 2007, having attorneys with more than 50+ years of experience combined, Haugen Moeckel & Bossart offers trustworthy, dependable, and sincere legal representation. Our professionals take pride in their honest, hard-working Midwestern values, providing personalized service.”
Regular readers of Haugen Moeckel & Bossart will notice the article takes a familiar tone, described as ‘professional with a sprinkling of seriousness.’
Haugen Moeckel & Bossart now welcome comments and questions concerning the article. They want to help people become aware of a different kind of conviction in North Dakota and how people can file a petition to seal a criminal record. The reason is that this will help them work closely with an attorney to evaluate their case and decide their best course of action.
Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact Haugen Moeckel & Bossart via their website at https://haugenandmoeckel.com
The complete article is available to view in full at Haugen Moeckel &Bossart/Blog.
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