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In case your criminal record is not eligible for expungement, there are situations where it could be sealed. Also, there are certain offenses for which you could neither expunge your records nor get it sealed. Here are some exceptionally good tips to help you expunge your criminal record.For more details visit https://medium.com/@pisaniattorney/want-to-expunge-your-criminal-record-here-are-some-exceptional-tips-ff87eda0c882
If you are thinking of expunging your criminal record, then you need to know whether your offense is
eligible to be expunged or not. In case it is not eligible to be expunged, there are situations where it
could be sealed. Also, there are certain offenses for which you could neither expunge your records
nor get it sealed. Here are some exceptionally good tips to help you expunge your criminal record:
Hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. Generally, attorneys offer a free consultation
session. In this session, you could clear your doubts about your case, know the possible solutions
and get to know things you wouldn’t have access to otherwise. Yes, definitely not on the
Filing a petition for expungement- At this step, make sure all documents are complete
or the court might reject your request in case there is some document missing.
Keep a record of your arrest, case, and report numbers of your particular case.
After your records are expunged, they wouldn’t be accessed for general law enforcement or civil
use but you must remember that they won’t disappear. This means that under some exceptional
circumstances, they can be searched, retrieved and used but this would normally require a court
order or statutory authorization.
A proficient criminal defense attorney can guide you through the expungement process, inform
your about the legal aspects of the process, help you know what to expect after your records get
expunged. Further, he will also help you know your rights as well as exercise them. Moreover, he
will make you understand the difference between expungement and sealing of records in better
Expungement destroys all records related to the crime, which means that there wouldn’t be any
way for anyone to prove that they were ever there. On the other hand, sealing prevents most of
the access to records but they will still exist and and only law enforcement and criminal justice
agencies would be able to see the sealed records, that too under exceptional circumstances for a
good enough reason with the permission of the court.
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