Words that never fail to scare us: “This could go down on your permanent record!” And the truth is that a criminal conviction does stay on your record. It can interfere with your employment search, your ability to attend college or even your chances at adoption. If you’ve been arrested and charged with a crime or crimes, that record of arrest remains on your criminal history, even if you were not convicted. The record of arrest just stays there, available for anyone to see. That just doesn’t seem fair.
Through the expungement procedure, all records of arrests for charges that didn’t result in convictions can be erased from public record.
Do you need to have a record expunged? Mr. Lederman has the experience to help you clear your record in a very affordable way.
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