A criminal charge on your record creates not only current legal anguish, but can also work against you far into the future. Expungement is available to wipe the slate clean, allowing you the fresh start you deserve.
If you are seeking an expungement or are wondering whether you are legally entitled to one, it is essential that you hire an attorney who is knowledgeable about expungement laws in New Jersey. Glenn D. Kassman, Esq., of The Law Office Of Glenn D. Kassman, Esq. has extensive experience seeking and obtaining expungements.
If you have been convicted of a misdemeanor, a felony or even a local ordinance violation, you may be entitled to have those convictions expunged. An expungement means that the record of the convictions, while not erased, is no longer readily available in a typical background check.
Just as importantly, if you are asked on an application for school or a job (for example, whether you were ever charged with, arrested for, or convicted of an expunged offense), you can legally answer no. Certain statutes dictate who is eligible for an expungement, and these laws vary from state to state. Have a look at Key Expungement Statutes for more information.
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The outcome of your petition for expungement has the power to affect your ability to secure a job, necessary loans, income, rent, and many other staples of life. Get our legal help today.