Got a record? Are there things you have done in the past you wish you could erase?
WHAT IF YOU COULD WIPE THE SLATE CLEAN? WOULD YOU? HAVE QUESTIONS?
WE CAN HELP ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS!
Having a public criminal history of your arrests or convictions can seriously handicap your ability to get that job or promotion or it might result in you being fired after an updated background search.
Maybe you’re applying for a loan or an apartment rental. Should bad decisions and poor choices from your past disqualify you from these important life goals?
Or maybe it is as simple as eliminating the stigma and embarrassment of your past indiscretions that remain part of the public record for the world (and especially your nosy neighbors) to see.
YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO EXPUNGE YOUR RECORD. FIND OUT FOR SURE.
WE CAN HELP YOU UNDERSTAND!
Technology and social networking makes your public criminal history record information easy for others to access and publish. That is why taking steps to erase that information is more important than ever.
- If your record consists of non-conviction data …
- If you successfully completed ARD …
- If you successfully completed a diversionary program …
- If you were adjudicated delinquent of certain juvenile offenses …
- If you were convicted of an underage drinking offense …
- If you were convicted of a summary offense …
YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO EXPUNGE YOUR RECORD.
WE CAN HELP YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS!
According to Pennsylvania Law, under limited circumstances, people may be able to obtain a Court Order directing the removal of their criminal history record information from the files of the criminal justice agencies in possession of those records.
Call our team at McMahon & Winters Law Firm if you want to know if YOU are entitled to have your record expunged or want to learn more about the expungement process.
Contact us today for Expungement Services and/or call 717.358.0600.
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