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New Changes for Ohio Expungement take effect on April 12, 2021

Posted by Jeffery Blosser | Mar 23, 2021 | 1 Comment

The Ohio Expungement law allows for certain individuals to expunge or seal their misdemeanor and/or felony convictions.  Though not every misdemeanor and felony conviction qualifies to be expunged or sealed.

However, changes to the Ohio Expungement Law take effect on April 12, 2021 and many people with qualifying Fourth and Fifth Degree Felony convictions may find themselves eligible earlier than anticipated.

Having a criminal conviction can keep you from getting a good job, a home and it can affect your ability to provide for yourself and your family.

To find out if you are eligible for an Ohio Expungement, contact Blosser Law Office today.

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Jeffery Blosser

I grew up in a rural community that instilled a sense of honor, fairness and community.  Often when someone is accused of a criminal offense there is a feeling of unfairness as the State brings its enormous resources to bear against a lone individual.  It can feel lonely, but you don't have to be...

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Jeffery Blosser Reply

Posted Mar 24, 2021 at 03:46:11

Agreed. This change should speed up the time in which low-level felony clients may expunge their record. Too often these low-level offenses devastate a client’s ability to move forward after making a mistake.

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