Expungements (City and Parish)

Clean up Your Criminal Records with Expungement Lawyers (City and Parish)

Deleting an arrest or conviction record from the public record is called an expungement. If the document has been erased, no information will be available if someone calls the courthouse where it was created.

Expunctions do not always happen when a case is over. The court must receive the motion for an expungement. It must be completed, or it won’t be accepted, which could result in additional expenses.

An expungement is usually granted after a dismissal, refusal of the government to bring charges, or maintaining a request to dismiss due to time constraints to the defendant who pled guilty, after which the defendant will be given a deferred sentence and complete probation for some minor offenses after five years; for some felonies, after ten.

There are a few other uncommon situations in which expungement is permitted.

It is essential to get expungement because if you have a criminal record and the other applicant does not, a prospective employer, school, or landlord may prefer someone else. The deleted record will only be accessible to some organizations.

These organizations will not randomly discuss your deleted criminal record, so your expungement stays valid. After expungement, you don’t have to acknowledge that you were detained for the offense included on the expunged record unless you apply to one of the organizations with access to deleted documents.

Reach out to a competent attorney with a good reputation and years of experience to get the best results from your expungement. Our attorneys at Henry Goodrich Law care about your progress and success as a person and will ensure you get the results you deserve.

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