Can I get this case off my criminal record?
This is one of the most common questions we get asked, and it's easy to see why.
Your criminal record can have crippling and far-reaching consequences long after you get out of jail or finish your probation. You may have a hard time getting a job, finding housing, and accessing a wide range of public assistance. If you're not a citizen, a criminal conviction can result in deportation.
With a criminal record, you may lose access to the following benefits:
- Student loans
- Public housing
- Social security
- Food stamps
- Worker's compensation benefits
- Possessing a firearm
- Traveling to Canada
- Military service
In the Internet age, you can never really escape your past. Anyone with a credit card and a few dollars can go online and run a criminal background check on you. Landlords, creditors, neighbors, even your friends and family members can easily find out if you have a criminal past.
Not surprisingly, more than 80 percent of employers run criminal background checks on potential employers.
We offer the following services to help you clear your criminal record and protect your future:
- Expunging, Vacating, or Sealing your Criminal Record
- Withdrawing your Guilty Plea
- Restoring your Firearm Rights