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Tricia Dwyer, Esq.
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The best way to get then off of your records is to keep it off in the first place. If you request to fight the citation, then there are ways to keep a conviction of your record. I have had success keeping these convictions of my clients records.
I wish you all the best of luck.
If a charge turns into a guilty plea or conviction it will be nearly impossible to get it off your record. So, the way to limit damage to your public record is to avoid pleading guilty, and avoid a conviction. A lawyer can help you accomplish that. See links below for more.
You must retain experienced legal counsel. It would seem that here may be strong challenges to the offense given the facts presented. Even with lesser facts, a conviction may be avoided in most cases by seeking a Stay of Prosecution.
Maury D. Beaulier
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