Legal Question in Criminal Law in Ohio

How long do a felony stay on your record? I got it in 1994.

Asked on 9/25/12, 1:51 pm

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Joseph Jacobs The Jacobs Legal Group
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All felonies and misdemeanors are permanent. You have to file a petition for an expungement to seal the record of a case. You're eligible to file for that if you have only that offense and at most one other misdemeanor. Some crimes are not eligible to be expunged, like OVI's ....DUI's ...domestic violence. If you want further help, feel free to call me directly 216 952.1990...

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Answered on 9/25/12, 2:22 pm

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