Is there any way to remove a no bill charge? 3 Answers as of May 12, 2011I understand that there is no expungement law in Alabama.This is a severe shortcoming in Alabama law. I was in a situation years ago where I was accused of assaulting someone who stole money from me. I did not assault, although I did have a few choice words to say. They had me arrested for assault. The charge was decided as "No Bil" and I never even had o go to court. Now I am about to apply for an RN license and I am going to have to explain why there is a felony arrest on my record when I in fact did nothing to warrant it. I can't have it removed and that is really BS. It should not be that a person can be labeled as being arrested for a felony when they did NOT do it and it has been ruled as "No Bill". Is there any way to remove this???
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There is no way to have the record of arrest removed. You may be able to get the Court to have it sealed.There is an expungement bill and a non-disclosure bill pending in the Alabama legislature that if passed may provide you with some relief.
Answer Applies to: Alabama