Legal Advice for Background Check — 70 results
Written by attorney Christopher Daniel, 4 months ago.
Want to know about the current state of Alabama expungement? Read on. Where are we now? We have clients ask us all the time about having their arrest record expunged or a conviction hidden... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Hallock, 5 months ago.
A brief intro to vacating convictions, popularly known as 'record expungement.' Some forms are available online, but I always recommend hiring an attorney. Misdemeanors & Felonies Vacating... more
Written by attorney Bart Craytor, 5 months ago.
A Texas Criminal History can be cleaned of certain matters. This guide discusses what dispositions are available to help avoid having a conviction on your criminal history. Acquittals... more
Written by attorney Philip Jacques, 5 months ago.
In Michigan, when a person is arrested for a criminal offense or appears in court for an offense that is punishable by more than 90 days in jail, they are fingerprinted. Typically, the... more
Written by attorney Andrea Ciobanu, 6 months ago.
On July 1 2013, Indiana enacted a new expungement law that will provide many Hoosiers with a “second chance.” Once your record is expunged, the law requires that you are treated as if you... more
Written by attorney Mark Foster, 6 months ago.
Learning that you are the subject of a complaint or investigation by a professional licensing board can be intimidating. Here are some things you can keep in mind. Keep an accurate record... more
Written by attorney Thomas Petersen, 8 months ago.
Nebraska has a mechanism for removing criminal convictions from criminal history reports. This process is easy and beneficial. With over 80% of employers conducting criminal background... more
Written by attorney Andrew Reiland, 8 months ago.
Indirect collateral consequences originating from a juvenile conviction can seriously affect a juvenile for the rest of his or her life. The following is a list of common collateral... more
Written by attorney Jeffery Weeden, 9 months ago.
Unsealed arrest and criminal records can cost you dearly. It is easy for anyone to perform a background check on you including prospective employers. Sealing your records is relatively... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Sexner, 10 months ago.
When a person is arrested for DUI on a public roadway, one of the most immediate consequences is the imposition of the Statutory Summary Suspension which begins on the 46th day after the... more