Wisconsin Expungement
 

adult court & expungement

Can a criminal conviction be expunged if the crime was adjudicated in an adult court? Perhaps; the fact of whether a case was tried in juvenile court or adult court does not directly affect whether the resulting criminal conviction can be expunged.

waived into adult court

A person is said to be "waived into adult court" when they were originally under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court, and subsequently moved into the adult court.

A trial being held in adult court does not affect whether the resulting conviction can be Expunged.

NOTE: It is always in a person's best interest to defend themselves against any criminal charge, rather than rely on the hope of having a criminal conviction expunged.

Expungement attorney

If you or someone you care about has been convicted of a criminal offense, and believes they qualify for an Expungement, please contact an Expungement Attorney to discuss your case.

criminal defense attorneys

If you have been charged with a crime, please contact a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

 
 
 
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