Victorville Expungement Lawyer
Let Holistic Legal Help You Put the Past Behind for Good
Whether you were convicted of a crime or even only arrested, being involved in any type of criminal offense will result in a criminal record. Unfortunately, criminal records appear on background checks, which can make it extremely tough to get a job, find housing, or take advantage of other opportunities in life. However, it is possible to have your criminal record expunged or sealed with the help of an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
Holistic Legal has helped many clients get their convictions and charges dismissed. Attorney Parag P. Shah has years of experience – including time spent as a District Attorney – helping clients facing a wide range of criminal matters. He can review your case, determine if you are eligible for expungement, complete all the necessary paperwork, meet all deadlines, and help you put the past behind you forever.
Contact us today at (760) 253-1113 for a free initial case review.
California Expungement Laws
While most employers cannot ask about arrests that do not end up in a conviction, you may still want to have your record sealed. If your arrest did not lead to you getting convicted, or if your conviction was reversed on appeal or vacated, you could petition to have your record sealed.
On the other hand, if you were convicted of a misdemeanor of a felony, then you may be eligible for dismissal. Keep in mind, there are certain waiting periods based on the circumstances of your case.
If you were convicted of a misdemeanor or felony and sentenced to probation, you may file for expungement once you satisfy all conditions of your sentence. If you were convicted of a misdemeanor or infraction and served a sentence that does not include probation, then you must complete your sentence and wait one year until you can file for expungement.
If you were convicted of a felony and served a jail sentence, you may petition for expungement once you complete your sentence and wait at least one year if your sentence included mandatory supervision or at least two years if your sentence did not include mandatory supervision. If you were convicted of a felony and served time in prison, such a conviction cannot be expunged unless the underlying offense is eligible for resentencing.
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Once your record is expunged, you will not be discriminated against by an employer for your past and even avoid immigration consequences. To ensure you get your record dismissed, let Holistic Legal guide you through the process and help you get the outcome and justice you deserve.
Call (760) 253-1113 to speak with a Victorville expungement attorney today.