At Palmisano & Goodman, P.A., we represent clients who have a criminal conviction or charge on their criminal record and are exploring how they may have it sealed or removed. Even if you have been acquitted of a crime or the charges were dropped, the record of your arrest will still exist on your criminal record. This means that anyone doing a background check can see that you were arrested at one point in time.
Employers, landlords, and others are more frequently asking for background checks and denying jobs and housing to people with any type of criminal record. Expungement is the most effective way to clear your record, so you can move forward with your life. If you would like to discuss the subject of expungement, our Woodbridge criminal defense attorneys can help.
Arrests and certain criminal convictions may be removed from your criminal record through a process called expungement. Once an expungement is completed, you are able to legally say you have never been arrested, charged with or convicted of a crime. Our firm has more than 40 years of experience handling all types of criminal matters, including expungements, and we strive to achieve a positive solution for each and every client. The best defense should focus on protecting your future, and we can determine if you are eligible for an expungement.
Criminal cases are a public record and accessible to interested persons. Any criminal conviction may have serious potential consequences. By seeking to seal or expunge your criminal record, you may be able to move forward with your life without having to constantly worry about your criminal record.
Our firm can meet with you, review your situation and determine if the type of crime you were charged with or convicted of can be expunged from your record. Let us help you obtain the clean slate you are looking for and start fresh with the help of a Woodbridge expungement lawyer at our firm today.
Contact us at (732) 709-4400 to request a free evaluation.