Q: Was talked. Into doing somethings. Didnt want to do it. Was convinced. Did time. Wamt it off record.
The person that set me up is now willing to tell the truth about how she set me up becouse her mother wanted me locked away. Was begged for over a half an hour. Told her didnt want to do it multiple times. Wouldnt stop begging. Finaly did it so i woild be left alone. Got me giving her $20 worth of weed on video. Cops clame no video of her begging me only the sale. At the time she wouldnt have told the truth. After 15 years she has apologized and said she would tell the truth anout what happend. Only want felony off my record. Have more than one felony. Have no problem with the one befor all this. But didnt deserve this one. All becouse a mother didnt want me with her daughter. Marred her daughter after release and still marred. Have 2 kids. And do not and never have tried to keep wife and kids away from the 2 inlaws that did this to me. We all get along and never speak of it. Is there anything i can do to get it off my record?
A: In some instances a felony or minor in possession charges can be expunged. Expungement removes “all records relating to an arrest, indictment, trial, and finding of guilt, in order to restore one to the status occupied prior thereto….” Stallworth v. State, 160 So. 3d 1161, 1163 (Miss. 2015).
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