Legal Advice for Criminal Record — 156 results
Written by attorney Jason A. Pensky, over 4 years ago.
When individuals are part of a criminal offense, there is a way
that the charge can be erased from the defendants record. An
expungement is ordered by the court, and the criminal... more
Written by attorney Matthew Martin, almost 5 years ago.
Have you ever heard the term expungement and wondered what does that mean? If so, then maybe this quick overview will help.
Generally, the term expungement refers to the sealing of an... more
Written by attorney Daniel Shanfield, about 3 years ago.
Having a criminal record will complicate the application process, but it doesn't necessarily mean you can't become a citizen.
Written by attorney Lake James Perriguey, about 5 years ago.
Determine whether your conviction and/ or arrest qualify for Expungement Not all crimes and arrests are allowed to be cleared from the court records.
ORS 137.225 lists the crimes that may... more
Written by attorney George Nickel, about 3 years ago.
North Carolina Expungement Lawyer
Your case is over but your record remains visible for all to see!
If your case was dismissed, you can protect your reputation and rebuild your life... more
Written by attorney Robert Goldsmith, about 5 years ago.
This used to be a very straightforward question because there were only two actual sources of official criminal records: the state patrol and the FBI. In fact, that has not changed. What... more
Written by attorney Todd Elliott, over 5 years ago.
What's on Your Record? Just about every experience you have with the criminal justice system can appear on your criminal record, such as charges for which you were not even found guilty or... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Palma, over 3 years ago.
If you have ever been arrested, you may now realize that the criminal arrest record arising from your arrest can cause you problems in employment, housing, and other situations when a... more
Written by attorney Michael Helfand, almost 6 years ago.
Sealed vs. expunged A sealed record still exists but can only be viewed by law enforcement or through a court order. In general, sealed records are not public information and aren’t... more
Written by attorney John McEntire, over 3 years ago.
In a recent illegal re-entry case of mine, the United States provided its standard discovery, which included not only a criminal history summary provided by the United States Border Patrol,... more
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