Are You Looking to Have a Criminal Conviction Expunged Off Your Record In Orange County?
If a criminal conviction is causing you stress, negative social stigma, or the potential loss of opportunities call Seyb Law Group today. It is possible to put your criminal history behind you by having your record expunged.
California Penal Code 1203.4 allows people convicted of eligible felonies and a majority of misdemeanors to have their convictions dismissed upon the completion of probation or other sentencing. Expungement is not automatic, and it is highly recommended you hire an Orange County Criminal Defense Attorney to accomplish it. Once you have completed all required sentencing, you can begin the expungement process.
What exactly is an expungement? An expungement is the process by which your past criminal convictions are dismissed. This dismissal does not change the fact that you were convicted, this will remain in the court records. However, it will add to the court record that your conviction was dismissed.
So, when your criminal record is expunged, it means that your record of arrest and conviction will not be visible to the public. In fact, after your record is expunged, you do not have to disclose that you have an arrest record or have been convicted of any of the expunged crimes. In California, you can deny ever being charged with a crime on a job application for a private employer.
If you have a criminal record in Orange County that you would like expunged, don’t waste any time. Call Seyb Law Group immediately at 714-676-5554 to being the process today of putting your past behind you.
Seyb Law Group has a professional reputation and significant experience to effectively handle your case in Orange County.
When a client comes to Seyb Law Group, they are given individual attention and care to efficiently get them through the stressful legal process. We will protect your rights and not stop until we have gotten you the best possible outcome!
Remember! You have the right to remain silent. Exercise that right and do not speak to law enforcement about your drug transporting charges as that information can and will be used against you in a court of law.
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