Recently, Michigan expanded its expungement statute to allow for persons with one felony and not more than two misdemeanors to get the one felony removed from their record. However, expungement (setting aside a conviction) is NOT guaranteed. You must file a ton of paperwork with state agencies. Then you must file a motion in court. Then you must convince the court—and often the same judge who presided over your conviction—that you are deserving of having it removed from your record. Wouldn’t you rather have an experienced attorney who is familiar with this process to give you the peace of mind knowing you got it right?