How long should you need to explain a mistake you made one time, perhaps many years ago? Even a misdemeanor arrest as a teenager can threaten your ability to get or keep a job, apply for a professional license or qualify for a loan. Call the Russo Law Offices in Wheaton, Illinois, and talk to an experienced lawyer about expungement and record sealing.
A youthful indiscretion or a onetime mistake can damage your career and reputation. At our law firm, we can answer your questions about expungement and record sealing.
- Are you tired of explaining an old arrest? Talk to a criminal defense lawyer experienced with expungements and sealing. If there is a way to seal or expunge your records, our law firm can help you. With an expungement and/or sealing, you do not have to tell potential employers or others about the arrest.
- The record may be eligible for expungement right away if the charges were dismissed.
- What about an arrest with a conviction? The record of a conviction may be eligible to sealed. It will remain available to law enforcement, but not to the public. That means you do not have to mention the arrest on applications.
If your criminal record has been clean since an old conviction or if a recent misdemeanor conviction is the only blemish on your record, talk to us about asking the court for an expungement or sealing.
At the Russo Law Offices in Wheaton and Chicago, you can be assured of finding the right lawyer to answer your questions about expungement. Attorney Richard Russo, using all the resources of the Associated Legal Services Chartered, provides experienced representation for clients who require a criminal defense lawyer.