Why Should You Expunge Your Record in Los Angeles?
Earlier this year, I noticed many clients needing immediate help to resolve old bench warrants, such as traffic tickets and low-level misdemeanor warrants. Although their cases were 10 to 20 years old, the bench warrants still appeared on pre-employment criminal background checks because they were still 'active' in the police warrant system. Many employers will revoke a job offer upon discovery of an active bench warrant in a background check, and my clients needed fast assistance.
I noted that my clients needed help to quickly have the warrants quashed and recalled so that they could be considered for prospective employment. Clients were rightfully concerned about walking into court without an attorney, to attempt to resolve a warrant on their own, not understanding the courtroom procedures, and potential repercussions.
Benefits to Expungement
In many instances, I saw that clients, who had been concerned about returning to court because of potential repercussions from the warrants, were pleasantly surprised with the efficient and effective outcomes they were able to achieve. While no attorney can guarantee the outcome of a criminal case, experienced Los Angeles Criminal Attorneys substantially prepare clients' cases for court, and provide experience and professional guidance along the way, to help resolve these charges. People seeking to resolve bench warrants, expunge criminal records, or determine their employment rights, should seek legal counsel from a qualified local attorney.
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