You may be eligible for free record expungement license reinstatement!
Is a criminal history holding you back? Is your Tennessee driver’s license suspended or revoked, and you need to get it back?
You may be eligible for free record expungement if:
- You had charges against you dismissed
- A “no true bill” was returned by the grand jury
- You were arrested and released without being charged
- You went to trial that resulted in a “not guilty” verdict
- You successfully completed your diversion (Filing fees may apply)
- The case resulted in a nolle prosequi
Space is limited to the first 35 qualified applicants so apply as soon as possible to reserve your spot. While some walk-ins are welcome, priority will go to those who preregister. An application is mandatory and can be picked up at and How to Apply for Expungements (ONLY for charges filed in Anderson County, TN):
Saturday, August 24th, 2019
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
First Baptist Church
225 North Main Street,
Clinton, TN 37716
For Expungements: Please bring your photo ID and any related court documents. You must apply for the expungement clinic using the application. Applications can be obtained at the following locations:
- Clinton General Sessions Court Clerk’s Office
- District Attorney General’s Office
- Law Office of Biloski & Miller
- Law Office of Mostoller, Stulberg, Whitfield, & Allen
- Oak Ridge General Sessions Court Clerk’s Office
- PSI Probation
- Public Defender’s Office
Charges that have not been dismissed and classified for inclusion on the Tennessee Code Annotated list should see Dave Anderson, Sr, or Brad Parish and bring the following documentation:
- Proof of completion of probation/parole requirements
- Proof of court costs paid in full
- Criminal court number of the charges
For the complete TCA listing and to see if you qualify; go to www.tn.gov/expunction.html; or contact Dave Anderson, Sr at 865-705-4712.
Driver’s License Assistance:
You do not have to apply to receive assistance with your license. Please bring your SSN, and TN ID/License number. Assistance will only be provided to those with a suspended/revoked Tennessee license, and those who have not had a license before. *Held in the lower auditorium of the main building*
A clinic is also being planned for September 2019. Brought to you by Anderson County NAACP, Anderson County Sessions and Criminal Court, Anderson County Public Defender’s Office, Anderson County Bar Association, Tennessee Faith and Justice Alliance, and First Baptist Church.