Legal Advice for Criminal Record — 156 results
Written by attorney David Lee, almost 4 years ago.
After you have been charged with a criminal offense, the arrest will appear on your criminal history indefinitely until you have your record(s) is expunged. Even if your case has been... more
Written by attorney Ira Robert Baker, 11 months ago.
Sealing and Expunging Criminal Records in Florida, a Nutshell Sealing and Expunging Criminal Records in Florida, a Nutshell 1. No record can be sealed or expunged if the person has had any... more
Written by attorney Justin Esworthy, about 1 year ago.
Expungement is the legal process in Maryland that enables individuals with qualifying criminal records to remove those records from public access. Those records include:
• Motor... more
Written by attorney Nicholas Martell, about 1 year ago.
This is a guide to Petition for Dismissal pursuant to Penal Code Section 1203.4. It explains the process,, who is generally eligible, who is generally not eligible, and what a Petition for... more
Written by attorney Bart Craytor, over 1 year 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 Mark C Blair, over 1 year ago.
The State of Washington provides three remedies for individuals that have a criminal history record. Depending on the circumstances, one may vacate, seal or expunge such records. The... more
Written by attorney Andrea Ciobanu, over 1 year 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 Anthony Rubino, almost 4 years ago.
Can you seal or expunge your criminal record?
order to Seal or Expunge your criminal record it must be determined
that you are eligible to do so. The Florida Department of Law... more
Written by attorney Stephen D Aarons, about 4 years ago.
In the hyperlink is an article written 18 months ago. If you can wade through the lawyer speak, you may notice how, in nearly all jurisdictions, juvenile (under age 18) records are expunged... more
Written by attorney Jeffery Weeden, over 1 year 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
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