Expungements and Sentence Reductions in Georgia

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Convicted of a crime in Georgia that you didn’t commit, or receive a felony sentence rather than a misdemeanor? Learn how to petition for factual innocence and the steps necessary to get an expungement.

  • ContentGeorgia Criminal Expungement Rules

    Erasing a criminal record from an ex-convict is difficult and require a lengthy process with many different factors involved. In Georgia, it is almost impossible to erase a criminal past entirely from records of those that have been released from prison, and this could lead to additional problems for those that have already served time.

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  • ContentMan Sentenced to Death Row for Murdering Mother and Son Seeks New Trial

    A man sentenced to death row after allegedly murdering two members of a family wants a new trial. His appellate lawyer appeared before the Georgia Supreme Court arguing that the man’s rights had been violated. Cobb County, Georgia – A man sentenced to death row for murdering a mother and her twelve-year-old son is seeking a new trial.

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  • ContentGeorgia Expungement Guidelines

    What you need to know about expunging your record in Georgia.

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