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If you have ever been convicted of a crime, arrested for a crime and not charged or suffered the misfortune of being the victim of identity theft, you know the stigma that having such information available through public records can bring.

Details of such events coupled with mugshot photos and the availability of such information via the internet and background searches can prove to be devastating to individuals who truly have learned from their mistakes and are trying to move forward. Such criminal records can serve as barriers to employment, access to housing, security clearances, eligibility to adopt or foster children and more. All states offer a path to expungement in certain circumstances. New Mexico’s process as of 2020 has been expanded.

Effective January 1, 2020

A comprehensive new expungement law authorizes courts to limit public access to non-conviction records one year after disposition if no other charges are pending, and to most convictions for felonies, misdemeanors and municipal ordinances after varying waiting periods.

Specifically, the law allows for the expungement of criminal records in the following circumstances:
  1. Due to identity theft.
  2. After arrest without conviction.
  3. Following a conviction (after completion of sentence, payment of fines/restitution and after a specific period of time depending on the nature of the crime).

L4SB Expungement Services

Help Remove Mugshots Only


  • Expungement already completed.

Prepare Paperwork Only


  • Filing of the petition only

Prepare Paperwork & Go to Court


  • N/A


Expungement for Arrests and IDENTITY THEFT Only


  • Eligible for pay over time option.

Any Type of Expungement (Conviction)


  • $2,000 retainer required, $325/hour

Don't be held back any longer

Take our fast and confidential interview to see if you qualify for Expungement in the State of New Mexico.

do I qualify?