Can Arrest Or Conviction Records Be Expunged?
When you have been arrested or convicted of a crime, it can show up in the future when you apply for a job or attempt to continue your education. In some states an expungement can wipe out a criminal record from public files. This can depend on the type of crime or infraction.
This video describes the opportunity of having records expunged in a bit more detail. Call attorney Jamy Patterson for more information.
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