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Expungement

Sometimes people make mistakes. However, when those mistakes result in criminal charges, they can follow someone around for the rest of their life. However, there is a possible solution to this problem: expungement.

Attorney Peter M. Liss

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Glisson & Morris

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Attorneys of Idaho

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Attorneys of Idaho

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5
6 years in practice
Animal Bites, Auto Accidents, Brain Injury, Criminal Appeals, Criminal Defense
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Glisson & Morris

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5
8 years in practice
Animal Bites, Auto Accidents, Brain Injury, Criminal Appeals, Criminal Defense
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Honeychurch & Boyd, Attorneys at Law

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45 years in practice
Criminal Defense, Drug Crimes, DUI Law, Expungement, Fraud
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Preventing a Poor First Impression

Expungement can prevent issues with employment, housing, and other issues. While there are many benefits in expungement, there are some notable limitations of expungement.

Expungement Benefits

Some of the advantages of expungement include the ability to seal and even destroy incriminating records. In order to do so, the court must approve the motion. The court will usually only do so if it meets certain requirements. These requirements include determining whether the offense is a one-off, the age of the individual at the time of the offense, and a number of other factors. The process of expungement can remove a criminal conviction from rental applications, job filings, or any other process that requires a background check.

Expungement Limitations

There are some limitations on expungement. In general, government agencies will be able to access any expunged records that are required. Additionally, if an individual with an expunged record attempts to apply for a position that deals with sensitive client information, they may be required to disclose that they have had an expungement.

Giving You The Advocacy You Deserve

If you have been convicted of a crime and are seeking an expungement, you will need the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney. A private defense attorney is able to focus completely on your case and devote far more attention to your case than a public defender would be able to.

In order to achieve this best outcome, however, you will need an attorney who has the expertise and resources to take your case all the way. That’s why you should contact Attorney at Law. By partnering with AAL, you will be able to avoid slogging through the quagmire of unscrupulous lawyers looking to exploit your case.

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Expungement Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is expungement?

The term expungement refers to a legal process by which the record of an arrest or conviction is sealed away and becomes inaccessible to the general public. Expungement can offer a bevy of benefits including improving the appearance of a resume or personal record. 

2. What kinds of crimes can be expunged?

Generally whether or not expungement is granted by the court depends on the nature of the crime, the age of the individual, and the amount of previous offenses. In general, juvenile convictions or one-off offenses are most easily forgiven. 

3. How can I get my record expunged?

Different states handle expungement differently. Some states allow application for destruction of the records. Others will allow denial of the existence of the records or simply make the records inaccessible.

4. Who can see expunged records?

Who can see an expunged record depends on the state. In general, government agencies will always be able to access sealed records. Additionally, in sections with sensitive client interactions, expunged records may be required to be disclosed.

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