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Los Angeles Expungement Lawyer

Seeking Expungement in Los Angeles?

When an error in judgment in the past has resulted in a conviction that is a problem as it shows on your permanent criminal record, action can be taken to seek an expungement, or clear your criminal record. With the assistance of a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney from Tyler & Wilson, LLP, the process can be initiated and carefully managed so that the highest possibility of success in the pursuit is likely. As in any legal matter, every aspect of the filing must be carefully and correctly filed, or it will be denied. Many individuals have failed in seeking an expungement based merely on incorrectly filed documents.

Expungement Attorney in Los Angeles

An expungement has certain requirements as well as restrictions. In fact, the conviction is still on your record and can be accessed under certain circumstances. For example, if you have had a DUI conviction expunged and later (within a 10 year period) are arrested again, the expunged DUI will still affect your current case. The expungement does not completely eradicate the conviction, but it will show that the probation was terminated and the case dismissed. Nonetheless, this improves the scene radically if you are seeking a job.

Many individuals believe that their juvenile record is automatically sealed when reaching adulthood. This is factually incorrect. To seal your juvenile record you must request this through the court in which the conviction occurred. If you do not do so, your juvenile record remains available until you reach the age of 36. Any expungement requires that the individual is not facing another charge, and that they have completed the term of their probation and all it required. The legal team at the firm can assist any individual seeking expungement and advise if it is possible in your case.

Contact a Los Angeles expungement lawyer from the firm when seeking to clean your criminal record.

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