Can a robbery charge be expunged in the State of Oregon? 2 Answers as of February 10, 2011

the crime is the only one i have on my record and it was in 2004...also off of parole

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Law Office of Jonathan T. Sarre
Law Office of Jonathan T. Sarre | Jonathan T. Sarre
Robbery comes in three degrees. Out of the three only Robbery in the Third Degree (a Class C Felony) is expungeable. If you were convicted of Robbery 1 or 2, you cannot expunge those convictions.
Answer Applies to: Oregon
Replied: 2/10/2011
Harris Law Firm
Harris Law Firm | Jennifer C. Robins
If the conviction for Robbery was a class A or B felony, then no, you cannot have the conviction expunged. If the Robbery conviction was for Robbery in the Third Degree, you may be eligible for an expunction. After three years from the conviction, provided all the terms of probation and parole have been completed, including no fines or fees owed, you can petition the court for expunction. Most attorneys do this process for a small fee, but the filling fee is $230.00 and there is an $80.00 background check fee.
Answer Applies to: Oregon
Replied: 2/10/2011
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