Legal Advice for Criminal Record — 150 results
Your criminal records show your history of criminal convictions and sometimes arrests. Criminal records are accessible online and from county clerk offices.
Written by attorney Piotr Reysner, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Time has passed since your conviction of a crime and now you want your record cleared so that nobody can see your prior bad deeds. So how exactly do your clear your criminal record?
Do You... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Lustick, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
It can be difficult and
sometimes impossible to overcome the negative stigma and social
disabilities caused by a criminal conviction. And in the modern age of
information and the... more
Written by attorney Matthew Wallin, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
The right to seal your juvenile record is available in most juvenile cases, with certain exceptions. Laws vary from state to state so be sure to check with your local juvenile court for the... more
Written by attorney Derk Allan Wadas, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Determine if you are eligible Certain categories of people who have been arrested may be eligible for an expunction. If you have been arrested for an offense and were acquitted (found not... more
Written by attorney Angelo Campano, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Expungement With an expungement, some of the benefits include telling potential employers that you have not been convicted of a crime; you can be eligible for student loans; you can be... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, about 1 year ago.
As the New Year approaches, a new beginning is possible. In these times of high unemployment, stiffer competition and stricter rules in hiring, make sure your criminal record is “fixed.” I... more
Written by attorney Jason Sansone, over 1 year ago.
Everyone makes mistakes in life and most of us wish we could erase our mistakes. Good news! You may be able to put your criminal past behind you. Anexpungementacts to erase your criminal... more
Written by attorney Stewart Crawford, almost 2 years ago.
Summary Offenses. Pennsylvania has three basic classifications of convictions (summary offenses, misdemeanors, and felonies). A summary offense is any minor crime, initially heard and... more
Written by attorney Kyle J Bristow, over 2 years ago.
Criminal Record Sealing in Ohio
Kyle J. Bristow, Copyright 2012
In Ohio, some criminal records can be sealed. In most cases, a sealed criminal record will not show up during background... more
Written by attorney Macy Jaggers, over 2 years ago.
Having a criminal record causes problems as you try to get jobs, get into schools, or even find an apartment. There are ways to get cases either removed from your record completely or at... more
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