Erase Your Criminal Record

Charges Dismissed

Dismissed charges are still on your "Arrest Record"

Do I need an expungement if the charges were dismissed? 

If you were arrested and charges were filed, there likely be a public entry on or (feel free to look) in addition to your criminal record available to law enforcement. If your case was dismissed and the statute of limitations has expired, you may be eligible for an expungement right now.

If your charges were dismissed but the statute of limitations has not expired yet, a letter from the District Attorney's office will be required to to confirm the State of Oklahoma will not be refiling charges. Obtaining a letter confirming the State will not prosecute you again is our job not yours. We will deal with the DA's office to pursue your expungement. 

Either way, we can help get dismissed charges erased from your criminal record and clean up your past. 


This kind of case is on a flat fee basis where there will be no surprises and you will know your costs up front. You will have a contract, in writing as to what we charge for this kind of expungement.

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If you'd like to see if your dismissal is eligible for an expungement, please get in touch with our expungement lawyers here

 Expunge a dismissed charge

Expunge a dismissed charge