Legal Advice for Criminal Record — 601 results
Written by attorney Jared Austin, over 1 year ago.
EXPUNGING YOUR RECORD
Is a criminal conviction on your record holding you back? Making it difficult to find work or obtain housing? You may be able to have such a conviction set aside, or... more
Written by attorney Lisa Shapiro, over 1 year ago.
Here is a general guide to keeping your record clear from criminal convictions. Any criminal charge that appears on your record has the potential to prevent you from getting jobs, into... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Paul, 10 months ago.
If you've been charged withMinor in Possession in Ann Arbor, this doesn't mean your life is over. I see residents of Ann Arbor and University of Michigan students on a daily basis who have... more
Written by attorney Robert C. Keller, over 1 year ago.
Our criminal defense team is lead by senior partner Robert C. Keller. He has achieved numerous “not guilty” verdicts for his clients. He represents defendants accused of all charges,... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, 8 months ago.
If you are the defendant in a criminal case, your journey from arrest to initial appearance in court can seem tortuous. If you have been arrested, you understand how traumatic the... more
Written by attorney Russell Ferraro, over 1 year ago.
Navigating the Criminal Justice System can be a daunting task for a person who has never been in trouble before.One of the most frustrating aspects is the lack of information or direction... more
Written by attorney Casey Cerreta, about 1 year ago.
Ohio Expungement Law
To determine if you are eligible to have your record sealed, consult this expungement checklist:
1. How many convictions do you have on your record?
To be eligible... more
Written by attorney Daniel Grupenhagen, almost 2 years ago.
Arraignment - The first appearance in a case where the accused is informed of the charges, advised of his rights and enters a plea. An attorney can appear at arraignment with or for the... more
Written by attorney Kevin DeVore, about 1 year ago.
Saint Paul Criminal Defense Attorney Outlines Possible Fourth Amendment Issues
It was just disclosed that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting telephone records of... more
Written by attorney Brian Balaguera, over 1 year ago.
Expungement is an action where you are essentially erasing your criminal record.Although, some agencies can still see your record.For example, a law enforcement investigator, DCF caseworker... more
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