- Sept. 4, 2023
-- Minnesota Expungement Lawyer Lynne Torgerson wins expungement of misdemeanor disorderly conduct conviction, City of Red Wing, Goodhue County, State of Minnesota. Petitioner has bright future. She is now 35 years old. She is a high school graduate. In high school, her grades were A's and B's. She is also a graduate of St. Mary's University. She is also seeking a Master's Degree, and plans to obtain a PhD. She is currently gainfully employed. She does not use illegal drugs. She has never had any mental health hospitalizations or commitments. The case to be expunged was initially charged out as a misdemeanor domestic assault, on the allegation that she had hit her boyfriend in the arm. They were at a party and began arguing, because he began dating a new girlfriend and he and Petitioner had moved in together. Her boyfriend called the police because his girlfriend hit him in the arm. (Seriously, sometimes the law can be so mis-used; sounds more like the former boyfriend needs to attend a re-education camp about what it means to be a man). It was reduced to a disorderly conduct. Petitioner successfully completed probation. These records could hinder her future employability, inasmuch as she wants to become a teacher. Although Petitioner was not concerned, and the law is not entirely clear, under some circumstances, a disorderly conduct conviction may also impair a person's gun rights. Concluding that Petitioner had proven her case by clear and convincing evidence, the Court, The Honorable Patrick Biren, granted the extraordinary remedy of expungement of these records. Well done Ms. Torgerson.
Criminal Defense Lawyer, Lynne Torgerson, a lawyer of excellence and experience of over 30 years, can represent you or your loved one on all criminal charges, all misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, and felonies, throughout the State of Minnesota. Ms. Torgerson also successfully handles expungements, and gun rights restoration cases, NICs denials, ATF inquiries, carry permit appeals, permit to purchase denials, gun purchase denials, and Second Amendment litigation. Please check out her website www.lynnetorgerson.com. For representation please call (612) 339-5073.