Legal Advice for Background Check — 70 results
Written by attorney Aaron A Pelley, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
State, deletion of non-conviction data makes
it possible to delete the criminal records of a person who was
arrested for but not convicted of a crime. Government
Written by attorney Michael Koplen, 9 months ago.
Every person who files a bankruptcy case is concerned about who will find out about it. It is true that all bankruptcy filings are a matter of public record, but this does not mean it is... more
Written by attorney Mark C Cogan, over 1 year ago.
Our law office helps clients with expungements all the time. In Oregon, a person who has been arrested or convicted of a crime can often get the arrest or conviction removed. Expungement in... more
Written by attorney Emily Macheski-Preston, over 1 year ago.
Many employers use some sort of criminal background check or screening before hiring new employees. On April 25, 2012, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued new... more
Written by attorney Joseph Dane, almost 2 years ago.
What is on your criminal history and how do you get a copy of your own to review?
Written by attorney Randy T. Enochs, over 1 year ago.
Gary Messier was hired by a technology consulting agency to work as a temporary programmer for defendant Thrivent. During the court of his employment with Thrivent, Messier missed work one... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Jensen, about 2 months ago.
The time to begin thinking about expunction of your criminal conviction is before you enter your guilty plea. This guide will give you what you need to know to put yourself in the best... more
Written by attorney Timothy Sullivan, about 2 months ago.
This guide provides a comprehensive analysis on the sealing and expungement of juvenile arrest records in the State of Florida. What is a Juvenile Arrest Record? When a juvenile is arrested... more
Written by attorney Christopher Daniel, 3 months ago.
Learn all about the new ways to get convictions expunged in Alabama Where are we now? Formerly, being charged with a felony or misdemeanor in the state of Alabama meant a stain was placed... more
Written by attorney Michael Daugherty, 4 months ago.
In this guide I will answer some of the frequently asked questions that I am asked when consulted about expungements. Can I get my conviction expunged? No, if you have been convicted of a... more