How long ago were you found guilty of this offense
2 years ago i pled gilty to it
What you need to do is contact the clerk of a state court and request the "Petitioner's Affidavit for Expungement" form. You then complete the petition and serve it by mail on all state and local agencies and their attorney's whose records would be affected by the proposed order, which in your case would be the DMV. After you serve the petition, you may file your case with any state court. You need to file the petition, affidavits of service and a proposed order and pay the filing fees to the court administrator. The judge will then make the determination of whether the expungement should be granted.
Minnesota Statutes 609A.03, et al. is the applicable law
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