We all know a criminal conviction can make it pretty hard to get a job. Most employers run background checks on potential employees. A criminal conviction on your record can give someone the wrong impression about you. Even if your charges were dismissed or you were found not guilty the fact that you were charged in the first place still shows up on your record. Your potential employer may not realize that your charges were dismissed just by looking at your record.
It is very important therefore that you do all you can to get those convictions and charges erased from your record.
Well, how do you do that? The answer is to get your charge or conviction “expunged” from your record.
An expungement, otherwise known as an expunction, is a way to get a charge, or in some cases a conviction, erased from your record. If you are able to get a charge or conviction expunged then you never have to disclose to anyone you were ever charged or convicted.
To learn more about getting a charge erased from your record see the blog post on this website titled “Can I Get A Charge Expunged?”
In some cases it’s possible to have a misdemeanor conviction expunged.
To learn more about getting a misdemeanor conviction erased from your record see the blog post on this website titled “Can I Get A Misdemeanor Conviction Expunged?”
In some cases it’s even possible to have a felony conviction expunged.
To learn more about getting a feeling conviction erased from your record see the blog post on this website titled “Can I Get A Felony Conviction Expunged?”
If you’d like to learn more about getting your charge or conviction erased from your record call me at (919) 908-0230. I’d be more than happy to go over your situation and help decide if you qualify for an expunction.