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Q: What is AOC-CR-279?
A: AOC-CR-279 is a form used in North Carolina for filing a Petition for Expunction of a Nonviolent Felony committed under the age of 18.
Q: What is the purpose of AOC-CR-279?
A: The purpose of AOC-CR-279 is to request the expunction (clearing) of a nonviolent felony conviction that was committed when the person was under the age of 18.
Q: What is the significance of G.S. 15A-145.4?
A: G.S. 15A-145.4 is the North Carolina General Statute that governs the expunction of nonviolent felony offenses committed by individuals under the age of 18.
Q: Who can file AOC-CR-279?
A: A person who has been convicted of a nonviolent felony offense in North Carolina before turning 18 years old can file AOC-CR-279.
Q: What is required to file AOC-CR-279?
A: To file AOC-CR-279, you need to complete the form accurately and provide supporting documentation, such as a certified copy of the judgment and any required affidavits.
Q: What happens after filing AOC-CR-279?
A: After filing AOC-CR-279, it will be reviewed by a judge who will decide whether to grant or deny the petition for expunction.
Q: What is the outcome of a successful petition?
A: If the petition is granted, the nonviolent felony conviction will be expunged from the person's record, meaning it will be legally treated as if it never happened.
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