Legal Advice for Sealing Criminal Record — 609 results
Written by attorney Jonathan Lucero, about 1 year ago.
As more and more people continue to search for new jobs in this strained economy the need to get that old criminal charge removed from your record becomes extremely important. We are... more
Written by attorney George Nickel, over 2 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 Philip Jacques, 6 months ago.
The Holmes Youthful Trainee Act is an extraordinary opportunity for youthful offenders in Michigan. It is a program that permits young people to avoid a criminal conviction and have a... more
Written by attorney Timothy Sullivan, 3 months ago.
This guide provides a comprehensive analysis on the sealing and expungement of juvenile arrest records in the State of Florida. What is a Juvenile Arrest Record? When a juvenile is arrested... more
Written by attorney Lee Grochmal, 3 months ago.
How to seal a juvenile sex offense conviction. Can juvenile sex offense be sealed? Yes, if you have spent enough time in the community with no new criminal behavior and paid all restitution... more
Written by attorney Robert Kelly, over 2 years ago.
Courts and law enforcement agencies maintain records of those who are detained, arrested, charged, and convicted or acquitted of crimes. You have the right to inspect court records and... more
Written by attorney Mark Mayfield, over 4 years ago.
Contact a probation officer. Most counties have a probation officer who assists in sealing juvenile records. You may contact this officer by contacting the court. The probation officer... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, about 3 years ago.
When a person under the age of 18 (a minor) is arrested or commits a crime, in most cases, a juvenile record will exists. A juvenile record contains all arrest papers, orders by the... more
Written by attorney Matthew Montes, over 2 years ago.
Despite popular belief, a juvenile's record is not automatically sealed upon turning the age of 18. This means that anyone of a "legitimate interest," such as potential employers, college... more
Written by attorney Robert Little, over 3 years ago.
Sealing California Juvenile Records
By Robert Little
Welfare and Institutions Code 781 allows a person to have their juvenile
is in My Juvenile Record?... more
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