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Tennessee Expunction

Steps to Complete the Expunction Process

For a complete explanation of the offenses listed in this section, please see the Tennessee Code Annotated at the following website

For a complete explanation of the offenses listed in this section, please see the Tennessee Code Annotated at the following website

Expunction is the removal of a conviction (especially for a first offense) from a person's criminal record.

To expunge one's record is to erase or destroy the criminal record in question.

The information on this website applies to those seeking to expunge a criminal record pursuant to subsections (g)(, (h), and (k) of T.C.A. ยง 40-32-101.

It does NOT apply to the expunction of a criminal record upon the the successful completion of a diversion program. One should contact the attorney who represented them for expunction in these cases.

The TDPDC is the Tennessee District Public Defenders Conference which is comprised of the 31 elected district public defenders across the state of Tennessee.

The TDPDC strives to make the information in this website timely and accurate. However, the TDPDC makes no claims or guarantees concerning the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the content and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions.

The information on this website does NOT constitute legal advice. It is for educational purposes only, which is not the same as legal advice. DO NOT RELY ON THIS INFORMATION AS A SOURCE OF LEGAL ADVICE. Consult a licensed attorney with any

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