Edmonds Expungement Attorney
Edmonds Criminal Defense Attorney for Expungement Petitions
Living with a criminal record can be difficult, to say the least. If you have been convicted of a crime, you may be experiencing considerable difficulty in securing credit or finding suitable housing, in addition to the fact that many employers will refuse to hire a job applicant who has a criminal record. You cannot simply hide the fact of your conviction, as failure to disclose this information can lead to serious consequences in the future. Fortunately, you may be able to make a fresh start by filing a petition to expunge your record.
Contact me at Johanson Law Group, Inc. today for an initial consultation about your situation, to review your options and determine whether you are eligible for expungement. As a former prosecutor, I have extensive familiarity with the criminal justice system and the courts in our area, and with more than two decades of experience I know how to get results for my clients. Complete the free case evaluation from now to begin the process with the help of an accomplished Edmonds expungement lawyer.
Vacating Criminal Convictions in Edmonds
If you are successful in requesting to have your conviction vacated, you will be permitted to state that you have not been convicted of a crime, though your record will not be destroyed and may be used as a prior conviction in the event that you are arrested in the future. You may be eligible provided that it has been at least three years since you completed the terms of your sentence, you have not subsequently been convicted and the original offense was not a violent crime, DUI, certain sex crimes or a domestic violence offense.
Hiring an Edmonds criminal defense attorney can greatly improve your chances of success in your petition, by avoiding common mistakes and having a dedicated advocate to speak on your behalf. If you have been convicted of a crime and are determined to clear your record so you can make a fresh start in life, contact my firm for help.
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