One of the most disheartening things that a person can experience is having a criminal record impact them for the rest of their life. Unfortunately, this is a real possibility now that so many employers, landlords and others do routine background checks. When you think about it, there isn't a good reason why old mistakes should haunt you for decades.
Some people who have criminal records might be eligible for expungement. This process seals the criminal record so that it doesn't show up on background searches. Getting the case expunged is akin to it never happening. The only time that the record would come up would be in very limited law enforcement applications, but these don't occur often.
We know that you might have some questions about getting your record expunged. We are here to answer those. We can take a look at your case and determine whether you've met the conditions necessary for the expungement to be filed. If you have, we will work with you to start the process and continue to represent you throughout the pendency of the proceedings.
There are many benefits to seeking an expungement. The most obvious benefit is likely that you will not have as much trouble finding a job. This can help you to lead a more productive life and be able to better provide for your family. If you were convicted of a charge that is eligible for expungement and have satisfied the conditions of your sentence, you should find out what steps to take to have your criminal record expunged by the court.