You were charged with a crime. But you were acquitted, or the charges were dismissed. So, your record is clear, right?
Well, not exactly.
You may not have a conviction on your record, but the fact that you were charged with a crime is still public record and anyone who knows where to look, including colleges and graduate schools, potential employers, state and federal agencies will probably find it.
If you really want to clear your record, you need to get your charges expunged. When a court orders an expunction, all records of your arrest are destroyed and, except in a few, rare circumstances, you can legally say you were never arrested.
We have helped hundreds of clients expunge their records. If you were acquitted of a crime, if your criminal charges have been dismissed, or if you pled guilty to an MIP, call us.
We help clean your record, so you don't have to keep coming clean about it.
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