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A criminal record is never something an employer wants to see for a future employee. Sharova Law help you seal your record today!
We will settle the criminal expungement procedure smoothly. The process requires the Court to reconsider a sentence and allows a defendant to withdraw their plea or finding of guilt; the Court files a new “Not Guilty” plea, and the case is ordered to be dismissed and the conviction set aside. You can honestly answer a question about a criminal conviction with “NO”.
Marijuana Expungements in New Jersey
In an attempt to reduce the effects of a conviction and prevent records from following an individual indefinitely, several states have recently changed legislation on expungement. Amid others, New Jersey’s new legislation allows individuals with criminal convictions to file a petition with the Court to remove any cannabis-related conviction records.
Even if your criminal record is not suitable for expungement, as the laws in this field are continually expanding and relief can become available at a later date, it pays to be prepared.
You can always get thorough advice and assistance from an experienced criminal expungement attorney in New York and New Jersey by contacting us.
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EXPUNGEMENT: WHAT IS IT AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
A conviction may be expunged under New York law by getting the lawsuit dismissed and the conviction overturned. The New York criminal record expungement law is complicated in certain areas, but someone with even a minor criminal background should consider expunging their record. Crime charges do not simply disappear with the passing of time, contrary to common opinion.
HOW to check IF I AM ELIGIBLE FOR AN EXPUNGEMENT?
Please contact us! There will be no online quizzes, just one-on-one conversation. You would be likely eligible for expungement unless you were sentenced to state prison or convicted of a serious sexual crime. Even if you violated your probation, you will be able to get your case expunged. Felonies, misdemeanors, and non-traffic infractions are also eligible for expungement.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO EXPUNGE A RECORD?
Expungements usually take 90 to 120 days to complete. Call us about your case; we will give you an estimate of how long your case will take based on our experience.
WHY EXPUNGE MY RECORD?
Background checks are now standard practice for jobs, professional licenses, college enrollment, and financial aid, and even renting an apartment. An expungement will help you succeed in these endeavors. Many of our clients pursue expungement for these purposes, but many more do so for peace of mind and for closure on a past mistake.
With the help of an experienced legal team, you can clear your name.
Everyone makes mistakes in life, whether they are minors or adults. Sometimes these errors result in the commission of a crime and, as a result, the creation of a criminal record. Former offenders file a petition to seal or expunge their criminal records because it can cause many problems in their professional and personal lives. You must follow a very strict process in order to restore your good name, and you will need the assistance of a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer to get through that process successfully. Sharova Law’s skilled expungement lawyers in New York are familiar with the procedures and legal processes involved in obtaining an Order to Seal or Expunge your criminal record. We are dedicated to helping our clients achieve positive outcomes, whether they are adults or juveniles seeking a fresh start in life.
We are available to answer any questions or concerns you may have 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.