Kenneth Vercammen is a Middlesex County Trial Attorney who has published 130 articles in national and New Jersey publications on Criminal Law, Probate, Estate and litigation topics.

He was awarded the NJ State State Bar Municipal Court Practitioner of the Year.

He lectures and handles criminal cases, Municipal Court, DWI, traffic and other litigation matters.

To schedule a confidential consultation, call us or New clients email us evenings and weekends via contact box

Kenneth Vercammen & Associates, P.C,

2053 Woodbridge Avenue,

Edison, NJ 08817,

(732) 572-0500

Wednesday, April 29, 2015



Remove & Expungement of Criminal Arrests and Convictions- Free Seminar
May 6, 2015 from 5:00pm-5:45
Location: Law Office of Kenneth Vercammen, 2053 Woodbridge Ave, Edison, NJ 08817

Cost: Free if you pre-register. Complimentary materials provided. This program is limited to 15 people. Please bring a canned food donation, which will be given to the St. James Food Bank located on Woodbridge Avenue in Edison, NJ. Please email us if you plan on attending or if you would like us to email the materials.

Speaker: Kenneth Vercammen, Esq. (Author: Criminal Law Forms by the American Bar Association).

If someone has been arrested or even had a private criminal complaint signed against them in the Municipal Court, they have a criminal record, even if the charges were dismissed or received a Conditional Discharge. Under NJ Law past criminal arrests and convictions can be expunged/erased under certain instances. This program will discuss the expungement process. Do you have children or someone you know or work with that needs an expungement?

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Can’t attend? We can email you materials. Send email to

More Info: The Petition all expungements are filed in the Superior Court. It takes a minimum of three months for the court to grant the expungement. The requirements are very formal. There can be a waiting period between 6 months up to 10 years after the criminal case is finished. For someone who had a drug charge, they can hire an attorney, apply for expungement 6 months after the Conditional Discharge is complete. The statute requires detailed notices served by the attorney on the State Police, Attorney General and numerous other government entities.
The statute on expungement was revised. Court costs and legal fees for expungement range from $1,500-$2,500.