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Cleaning up records in


Massachusetts

Do you have a cannabis conviction in Massachusetts? Then you're in the right place - we can help!

We are experts in helping people with cannabis convictions in Massachusetts clean up their record.

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How do we do it?

We make the process of filing to expunge or seal your record quick and easy. What tax software has done for filing taxes, we've done for filing for a clean record.

Are you eligible?

Massachusetts legalized cannabis in 2016. As a result, if you were previously charged or convicted of certain cannabis related crimes, you can have your records sealed or expunged since they are no longer a crime.

Charges for “possession with the intent to distribute” are not eligible for sealing or expungement. Charges for cases involving 2 ounces or less of cannabis are eligible to be sealed or expunged.

If you were arrested for possession of cannabis because of cannabis plants in your home and there were no more than 6 plants in your home if you lived alone at the time of arrest, then you are eligible to seal or expunge that record.

If you were arrested for possession of cannabis because of cannabis plants in your home and there were no more than 12 plants if one or more other persons (age 21 or over) lived with you at the time, then you are also eligible to seal or expunge that record.

Non US citizens: If you are not a United States citizen, talk to an expungement lawyer first about record expungement. It’s possible that you may need access to your criminal records, especially when applying for a “green card”.

Get started

Sealing your record limits who has access to your record and your cannabis convictions. Expunging your record means the records of your cannabis conviction are actually destroyed.

Make sure you get copies of your records before sealing or expunging them!

To get started, select if you'd like to seal or expunge your records. The process for both is very similar - a quick form that takes just a few minutes to clear your record so you can move on with your life!

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You can learn more about sealing your record and expunging your record on the Massachusetts government website .

We provide people with the tools needed to complete their own legal forms. The information on this website is provided as a public service and does not constitute legal advice.