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Having your record expunged or obtaining a pardon is the only way to officially remove a felony from your record. Otherwise, the felony will be on your record permanently.
A STATE felony charge, yes. The process is convoluted and is best done with the assistance of an attorney. A FEDERAL felony charge, no, it is not possible. See below link for specific information.
If you were convicted of a felony, it will be almost impossible to remove from your record-unless there was a major mistake on the court's part.
This depends on what you are on probation for. If you have been convicted of a felony for which you are on probation, the Housing Authority may remove you from the program, depending on what the felony is.
You can't remove it from your record. You get a felony conviction, it's yours for life. You might be able to get it expunged, but all that does is make it a little less visible to the general public - it doesn't make it go away.
esponging a 33 year old drug felony charge
It's almost impossible to expunge any felony conviction without a pardon. In fact, it is very difficult to expunge even a misdemeanor DUI.
new missouri law to removoe felonies from your record after 20 years
It depends on what type of felony.. if it's a type X felony you will be charged and if the judge is lenient you probably won't get any jail time. but good luck getting a job after a felony, the best way to remove it is by knowing the governor or someone who works for him.
No. Georgia only allows expungements to remove arrest records, in the event that there was no conviction. Georgia has a pardon procedure available post conviction. It does not remove the conviction from your record.
Felony. Serious felony.