Hello, I committed a misdeamenor over 4 years ago, and have several other misdeameniors, I never fought, because of my poor health of 34 yrs and counting, I have ME or CFIDS I would like to expunge my record of what I can. I think you need 4 years to be abl eto expunge a misdeamor, and I'm low income SSDA so can I do this at a reduced cost? I have 4 years in on one I would really like to expunge..I should of gone to court, and or done commuity service, but didn't know if I could do 2 weeks worth of work in time allowed..anyway my name isXXXXX XX XXXX and have not commited any crimes since i drove a car because my new boy friend was drunk, and it was his car, and he had night blindness, so I drove with a suspended license I won't be abe to expunge that. but the couple others Id really like to please.my phone number is XXXXX PS I had an alias because of a Stalker who has followed me here again..I reported it to sheriff..but I let that go..not the answer..could not get an order of protection from him in Seattle..he is a Hells Angel, and was only a workman I hired..he took allot of drugs in the 60's , and is smart, but crazy in a part of his brain..too long of a story..I just want my record expunged from public as much as possible, thanks, XXXXX XXXXX
Thank you I did look last night..I was very disappointed with the law, because it looks like I will need a governor's pardon? wow..I have no idea how hard to get.. can i have a fire arm for protection from my stalker? if he comes into my home? he does when I'm not home, Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX need to know if this is okay..I thought only felons loose the right..
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