Effective January 1, 2020
A comprehensive new expungement law authorizes courts to limit public access to non-conviction records one year after disposition if no other charges are pending, and to most convictions for felonies, misdemeanors and municipal ordinances after varying waiting periods.
Specifically, the law allows for expungement in the following circumstances:
- Expungement of Criminal Records due to identity theft.
- Expungement of Criminal Records due to release without conviction.
- Expungement of Criminal Records upon conviction.
(after completion of sentence, payment of fines and having a specified amount of time pass since conviction)
Don’t be held back any longer
Take our fast and confidential interview to see if you qualify for Expungement in the State of New Mexico.
We have paralegals and legal assistants ready to help.
For a nominal fee, we can help walk you through our Expungement Eligibility Interview, or quickly answer your questions.
Contact us or give us a call at 505.848.8581 if you have additional questions or concerns.
I have a aggravated dwi from January 1st 2015 I would like taken off. Is this still permanent?
You should go through the interview we put together, if you haven’t done it yet. You can access it here:
I will say, however, that Section 5(G) of the New Mexico Criminal Record Expungement Act (NMCREA) indicates that an offense involving driving while under the influence is not permitted to be expunged under this Act.
I’m sorry. Larry.