Expungements • Expunctions • Clean Record
If you were ever charged with a crime (no matter how minor), that charge remains on your personal criminal record. This can unfairly impact your employability, your credibility, your ability to find housing, your reputation and even your eligibility to run for public office. Criminal charges remain on your record for an indefinite amount of time; they do not fall off no matter how many years have passed. The only way to completely clear your record is the process of expungement.
Attorneys with Experience in Expungement
Expungement, also referred to as expunction, refers to a court erasing a criminal record or removing a particular charge. An expungement is the process by which record of a criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed from the state or Federal repository. Donald R. Vaughan & Associates can help expunge misdemeanor and felony charges. Our firm will evaluate each case and determine whether or not expunction is available. For those who need a clean record for employment or government purposes, expungement is the only way to free a record of criminal history.