Annulling the Victimless Crime Spree Charges (16 Total!)

It has been 7 years. No arrests, no nonsense. Just normal everyday living. I reached out to a consulting firm to help me with some business I am conducting, and part of their introduction letter informed me that they can’t do business with anyone who has a criminal record that hasn’t been annulled. So I looked into what it takes to do that. It took me about a week to figure it all out from reading the law and the paperwork, filling it out, calling the court clerks, and making sure everything is in order. It boils down to this:

You have to wait a certain amount of time after your final sentence, depending on the severity of the crimes. Then you can file for annulment, meaning they get “erased” from your record. (They still appear when searched, but a note is made that these have effectively been nullified since I have been rehabilitated for several years.)

I can file to annul multiple charges at once, so I filed to wipe out 14 of the charges that I had in District Court, and 2 that I had in Superior Court. It costs $125 per court, so $250 total. Later, there may be a separate fee from the Department of Corrections or other agency if they need to do some work to help get this settled. They tell me the whole process takes about 3-4 months.

At the end of it, though, I should have some kind of certification that I am no longer considered a criminal in the eyes of the State. That is good because it will allow me to do business with more people and afford me more freedom generally. If all it takes is filing some paperwork, paying a fee, and waiting, I say it is worth it. I will keep you updated on how it goes!

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13 Comments

  1. i did it , i recall there being three separate charges per charge… one went to the state police i think that single one per charge was 100…

  2. i do remember there being three fees per filling., i complained about it… anyway … yes and it still comes up… in searches.. like I’m finding out it could still stop people from going to Canada

  3. I’ve wondered what good it was seeing it doesn’t stop people from seeing it still…

  4. i may be misremembering regarding how the charges were applied.. there was three seperate fees i do recall that.. so sorry for all the posts.. i remember thinking it was a rip off… i even spoke about it at the state House during a pertinent hearing… maybe they have less various fees now.. hopefully…

  5. What if you pay them some extortion money and they decide you aren’t “sufficiently rehabilitated” ? Do they keep your money ?

  6. you can anull after 3 years for a misdemeanor and after 5 years for a felony… i believe.

  7. also some states call it expunge… i think

  8. Why is teen toucher Ian Bernard still protecting crying nazi Chris Cantwell by renting him a room in one of his flop houses?

  9. I skimmed the statutes quickly. Looks like “the court” can decide not to annul. Presumably after you’ve given them extortion money for them to erase your “crimes”. If I were to hazard a guess, that means they could say, “nope, but we have to keep your money for administrative fees” . It was quite a crime spree…I know I still lock my doors at night to make sure Derrick J. isn’t going to come pillage my stuff.

  10. Wow, DoubleDuh, everything you said there was wrong.

    I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

  11. You did it to yourself Derrick. I recall watching some of your videos in the past where you intentionally break the law and then laugh it off when you were convicted. Now it’s catching up to you. This will be interesting to see what happens when you go through this process.

  12. Say Jacks, now that Susan Bruce is leaving her comrades in NH for the warm and sunny shores of ME, maybe you should consider coming back to NH? You know, then you could finally pit those pious convictions of yours against our more defiant and insubordinate natures in person. Wouldn’t that just be electrifying, pookums?

  13. Jumping Jacks: Considering Derick J has accomplished more in his life time than you ever will and doesn’t exactly need to work, but rather is choosing to conduct business it amazes me that you have the balls to criticize.

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