In order for you to delete any item from your criminal record, it is necessary to file a petition to the court asking them to erase or expunge information. Here is a short step by step process on how to file a petition.
Complete the petition for expungement and the general waiver and release form — In order to complete the information required by the form, it is important for you to know the date of your arrest, the enforcement agency that took charge of the action, the offense that you were arrested or convicted, and the disposal date of your case. Make several copies of this form and deliver them to the court where your case was handled. However, this does not apply to all acquitted charges. The entire process is expected to take 90 days. However, this will depend on your petition and whether there is an objection within a month by the State’s Attorney or the enforcement agency. If there are any objections, the court will hold a hearing and you will be notified to attend the session.
The courts are having the power to sealing or expungement of judicial branch criminal records. There are some well established and well reputed organization in this country helping people to erase their criminal records. We make the process simple and affordable
People sometimes forget about an old criminal conviction, particularly for a minor charge, until they go after a promotion or try to buy a firearm. And that old criminal record pops up. Having a criminal record expunged provides benefits beyond merely clearing your record.
To expunge criminal record, your petition goes to court to get a misdemeanor or felony criminal conviction dismissed. The conviction might be the result of a guilty verdict by a judge or jury, a guilty to a plea bargain, or a no contest plea. Expunging a criminal record can be done to clear your good name. This minimizes (but does not eliminate) the chance that an employer, an apartment rental agent, or just someone snooping around the internet can find out about a previous indiscretion.
An expungement is a legal way to clean your criminal record. If you expunged your criminal conviction, you can legally say that you have never been convicted or arrested of a crime. Furthermore, if your potential employers decide that they want to run a background check on you, they will find “no criminal record exists”.
The initial factor you have to do is make certain you are qualified to expunge your legal report. There are some crimes that are disqualified, but the selection to seal the record might still be there. Contact us today or complete the questionaire.
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