Let's Talk About Post Conviction
Unfortunately having a criminal record can affect your professional career, education, housing or public assistance even when they happened a long time ago. However two processes exist to remove this record from public view, expunging and sealing a record. Requirements to apply for these two processes vary from one state to another. However we can advice you on all you need and guide you in every step of the process.
Expunging a record is a process by which a judge or court dictates that the criminal record can be destroyed or eliminated. Therefore it will no be accessible by anyone (not even a court). First step to apply for expunging a record is to know your case. We advise to complete the form here and we will be contacting you to explain what are the next steps.
Another process to make a criminal record hard to access is the process of sealing. This implies that no public person can view your record unless they ask for a court order. Thus criminal record still exists but it is difficult to access. If this is also something you are willing to apply, don’t hesitate to complete this form and we will focus on your case and how we can help.
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