How To Request An Expungement In Michigan

You do not need to hire an attorney to set aside a conviction in Michigan.  While client’s often retain us to help them through the process, you can follow these steps on your own.

1. Order a certified copy of conviction from court clerk where conviction took place

2. Fill out application form MC 227

a. Have form notarized

b. Attach a certified copy of conviction

c. Attach your fingerprints card

3. File application form MC227 – with everything listed above AND REQUEST HEARING DATE

4. Notice of Hearing must be served on:

a. Attorney General (MI)

b. Prosecuting office of County, or whatever political subdivision prosecuted case

c. MI State Police

5. Court will set hearing date – This may take a few months

If you need help getting an expungement in Michigan contact Ambrose Law Group at 248-624-5500

www.ambroselawgroup.com

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