Expunction and Non-Disclosure Orders

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A criminal record, even for a minor offense, can have devastating effects on your business or employability. As a business owner, an employee’s criminal record can affect their ability to obtain necessary government clearances, adversely affecting your company’s ability to enter into contracts with military, governmental, or private entities. Fortunately, depending on the disposition of the case, you may be able to have all records related to the offense, including records of arrest and disposition, either sealed, so that they are not available to the public, or expunged entirely, so that the records are gathered by the Court and physically destroyed. Thanks to our state-of-the-art technology, this entire process can usually take place online, so that you and your employee never have to visit our physical office or make an appearance in court. Contact us today to learn more. By the end of the day, you will be able to have a free, privileged, secure face-to-face consultation with one of our attorneys online, to find out if an expunction or non-disclosure order is appropriate for your case.