The Dakota County Law Library currently offers one monthly Continuing Legal Education session via Zoom. The Zoom presentation will require you to pre-register. If you are interested in attending the session, please
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Criminal Expungements: Purpose, Scope, Eligibility and Process
May 19, noon-1 p.m.
An introductory level discussion about criminal record expungements in Minnesota. We will discuss the purpose and scope of expungements, both statutory under Minnesota Statute 609A, and inherent authority. We will discuss how to determine eligibility under the statute as well as what criteria are used in determining if an expungement should be granted. Finally, we will do a walkthrough of the process and answer some of the frequently asked questions.
PresentersIf interested, please contact the Law Library at 651-438-8080 or email email@example.com.
Landon Ascheman is a criminal defense attorney who has been handling criminal expungements for over a decade across Minnesota. He has served in a variety of capacities relating to public records with both the bar associations and the courts. In addition to his private practice at Ascheman Law, he provides expungement assistance through a variety of clinics, including Mitchell Hamline Self-Help Clinic, Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge Legal Clinic, and Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services.