Mark Fury

Attorney at Law

 

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In March of 2010, the New Jersey legislature amended the waiting period to expunge indictable charges to five (5) years under certain circumstances. You should contact my office for a free discussion on whether you can expunge your records. Otherwise, a person who has been convicted of a crime under the laws of this State and who has not been convicted of any prior or subsequent crime, whether within this State or any other jurisdiction, and has not been adjudged a disorderly person or petty disorderly person on more than two occasions may, after the expiration of a period of 10 years from the date of his conviction, payment of fine, satisfactory completion of probation or parole, or release from incarceration, whichever is later, have his records expunged. Although subsequent convictions for no more than two disorderly or petty disorderly offenses is not an absolute bar to relief, the nature of those conviction or convictions and the circumstances surrounding them are considered by the court and may be a basis for denial of relief if they or either of them constitute a continuation of the type of unlawful activity embodied in the criminal conviction for which expungement is sought.

 

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The Law Offices of Mark Fury understands that everyone deserves a second chance, well make sure that in today’s competitive job market, that your past is your’s alone.


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