Legal Advice for Sealing Criminal Record — 181 results
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
Written by attorney Jonathan Lucero, over 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 Carina Castaneda, over 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 Jacob Will, almost 2 years ago.
This guide will attempt to give the reader a brief overview of what steps are necessary to apply for a sealing of a criminal record, and how to successfully have the record sealed. This is... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Lucero, almost 2 years ago.
In Colorado only certain criminal cases under very specific circumstances may be sealed. Unfortunately, this process does not happen overnight. It can be helpful to do your "homework" in... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Palma, about 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 Nicolaie Cocis, about 5 years ago.
Juvenile records are not automatically sealed upon your 18th birthday. You must petition the juvenile court to have them sealed. You can do this by filing out a form and filing it with the... more
Written by attorney Anuraag Singhal, over 4 years ago.
How do I have a criminal history record sealed or expunged? Florida Statutes, s.943.0585 and s.943.059, set forth the criteria that must be met in order to be eligible to have a criminal... more
Written by attorney Anthony Lowenstein, over 4 years ago.
What is an Expungment? An Expungement essentially clears your record, by having your conviction set aside and the case dismissed. An expungement is better than a pardon; it is a complete... more
Written by attorney Roger P. Foley, over 5 years ago.
Charged, Not Convicted, Withheld If you have been charged with a crime, but not convicted of a misdemeanor or felony offense, because adjudication was withheld or the state declined to... more
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