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Under NC law, if it has been at least FIFTEEN (15) years since the completion of your sentence (probation/parole/jail) you can file a motion in the NC court
for expunction/sealing of your record only for a minor or low level or non-violent
felony (any crimes against person or serious crimes cannot be sealed or expunged). See: http://www.ncleg.net/EnactedLegislation/Statutes/HTML/BySection/Chapter_15A/GS_15A-145.5.html
So, if your felony qualifies and you have had no further charges, you would need to have a local attorney from your county (NC law forbids any of the experts on this site from actually representing anyone from this site) to file a motion for expunction/sealing of the record in the court where you were convicted and attach proof you have satisfied all of the requirements of the statute. The DA would have to get a copy of your motion and has a right to object. If there is no objection, usually the DA will not object in most cases, then the court may expunge and/or seal the conviction (this does not restore gun
rights for federal purposes, it merely means the conviction is not visible on a records check).
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