The Expungement Of A Criminal Record
Having a criminal record on the books, even one decade ago in another lifetime when you were another person, can impede professional career development and also diminish chances for loans and other official businesses. Clearing a criminal record can be looked upon as getting a second chance for that one bad day, with punishment long paid and shouldn’t have to mark you for the rest of your life.
What Affect Does Expungement Have On My Criminal Record?
An expungement removes all records on file within any court, detention or correctional facility concerning a person’s past criminal history, including detentions or trial regarding an offense within the U.S. criminal or juvenile justice system.
Do I Need An Attorney In Order To Expunge My Record?
The short answer is no, you don’t. However, in most cases, the process is much easier if you work with an attorney. There are forms you can fill out and steps you can take to reduce the amount of time a lawyer needs to be engaged. But when it comes to working efficiently through the justice system, having an experienced lawyer working for you can get you to an expungement order sooner than later.
By working with The Law Offices of Joel M. Bacher on your expungement, you benefit from:
- Over 40 years’ litigation experience
- Free initial consultation
- Extensive trial experience
- 24/7/365 call center and availability
- Evening hours for personal meetings
Call Today To Get Started
To learn more about how expungement could help you gain a clean slate, call our firm today to schedule an appointment. Telephone 877-217-6903 or send our law firm an email. All consultations and written correspondences will be kept strictly confidential.