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Criminal Record Expungements

Criminal Record Expungements

 

We Can Help You Clear Your Criminal Record!

        Schedule your free consultation and see if you qualify to have your arrest or conviction expunged from your record. The likelihood of expunging your record greatly varies because every criminal history is unique. We will have to make an individual determination to see if you qualify.  If you have a previous arrest or conviction that you would like to expunge, give us a call.

Contact Edgar Diaz or Alex Garcia for a free consultation!


What is an expungement?

        An expungement is the legal process where a person's criminal arrest and/or conviction is sealed or "set aside" and the arrest or conviction is deemed to have not occurred. Obtaining a successful expungment of your criminal record will erase an arrest or conviction as if it never happened.

        Criminal convictions or arrests can impact your life in many ways. It can affect your ability to get a job, housing, obtain loans, attend school, travel, or own a firearm. Depending on the nature of your arrest or conviction, those burdens may be erased with an expungement.


No information below should be relied upon as formal legal advice. These answers should not be used in place of a personal consultation with a qualified lawyer.

Expungement Qualifications

 

Arrests

The time frame to expunge an arrest varies. If you won at trial or your case was dismissed, you can expunge your arrest immediately. If the prosecutor never filed any charges against you, you must wait a year from the date of arrest to begin.  If you have more than one arrest, the time-frame may vary.

Convictions

If you were convicted of one crime, you must wait 3 years from the date of conviction. If you were convicted of more than one crime, the waiting period is ten years. If you have several different convictions, the time for each varies.

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