Are You Eligible for a Felony Expungement?
Some trending court cases that are in the news do involve felonies that may never be cleared by the hand of an expunge attorney. These court cases are clearly, very brutal acts of crime, and in the light of the savagery with which they were committed by the accused parties. It is very unlikely that any of them will ever qualify for clearing their record in crime databases. One court case in particular is the Jeskey case. Roxanne Jeskey was accused back in 2011 for the vicious and brutal murder of her husband. The judge gave his verdict of guilty on this murder, just 8 days ago, and the sentence given to her is one of twenty five years to life.
The sentencing has not be sentenced yet. Judge E. Allen Hunter did describe her actions as monstrous savagery when he passed down the verdict. Roxanne Jeskey claimed to have mental problems, and used this as her defense, but it was thrown out of court. Richard Jeskey was viciously attacked in a fit of jealousy by his own wife. He was beaten, strangled, and did suffer cuts, bruises, and puncture wounds from head to toe. The assault by Roxanne Jeskey was an act of utter torture, which left him dead, and her thrown into jail for his killing. This kind of heinous crime would never be one, which could be a candidate for expungement, because of the violent nature of the crime.