Clearing your record is extremely important in many situations, especially when it comes to applying for a job. After a successful expungement, your record will show that the case was dismissed, allowing you to honestly answer most questions about your criminal history by saying that you have not been convicted of a crime.
THE EXPUNGEMENT PROCESS
In order to expunge your criminal record, we will file a petition to the court to have your case reopened and your plea set aside. To be eligible for expungement in California, you will have to meet certain conditions:
- You must have successfully completed court-ordered probation and paid all fines, probation fees and restitution.
- You cannot be currently facing charges in another criminal case.
- You must not have served time in state prison for the offense for which you are seeking expungement.
An expungement does not erase an arrest, conviction, or guilty plea. Certain employers, especially the government, can still access your history. Nonetheless, expungement can help people looking to advance their careers or pursue an education.
FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION
Can can go over the particulars of your case, and determine how we can help with your expungement. Call today (888) 702-8882.
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