Can You Ever Remove A Criminal Conviction?
In addition to possible criminal penalties such as fines and jail time, one of the most significant consequences of a criminal conviction is its effect on your public record. A criminal conviction will show up on every background check, including those for new jobs and employment advances, rental applications, college admissions, some financial loans and any other opportunities that require a background check.
However, you may still have options for protecting your personal history and achieving your goals through the use of expungement or record sealing. I am attorney Douglas J. Rudman, an experienced former prosecutor pursuing justice for clients throughout South Florida. I can help you explore all options to minimize the long-term effect of a criminal charge.
I fully appreciate the lifelong impact a criminal conviction can have, and provide zealous and aggressive advocacy to protect your best interests both now and for the future. Contact my office at 561-367-2542 or 800-481-3829 toll free to discuss your case in a free initial consultation today.
Clearing Your Record Can Pave A New Way Forward
Sealing your record or pursuing expungement can clear your criminal record completely so that you can gain a new start. When defending clients against state or federal charges initially, I take a big-picture approach and work toward resolutions that protect not only their rights but also their futures. However, I also regularly assist clients seeking to either seal their records or expunge previous convictions from them.
The processes for sealing records and expungement can quickly become overwhelming to those unfamiliar with them. As your lawyer, I take time to review your particular case and provide honest counsel on whether your case is likely to meet the specific requirements for either record-sealing or expungement. I will then guide you through the entire process from start to finish, providing regular communication on the status of the case until finished.
Contact An Experienced Palm Beach County Attorney For Expungement And Record-Sealing
To discuss the possibility of expungement or having your record sealed, contact The Rudman Law Group, at 561-367-2542 or 800-481-3829 toll free today. From my office in Boca Raton, I represent clients throughout South Florida.
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