Criminal Defense Attorney Anastasia Tramontozzi explains that while you can file for an expungement yourself, it isn’t a very good idea. Filing for expungement is a complicated process involving obtaining original notarized documentation, serving the proper people, and calendaring your case to go before a judge. If you were actually convicted of the crime, the process is even more complex. Therefore, it’s a good idea to allow an attorney to help. Give one of ours a call.