Clearing Your Criminal Record Through Expungement
If you have only one criminal conviction that is more than three years old, or if you have multiple convictions that are all more than 10 years old, you may be eligible to have your criminal record expunged. Expungement means that your criminal conviction is considered to have never happened, and any records of your conviction or arrest can be permanently sealed. If you are arrested for a crime but never convicted, you can have that arrest record sealed as well. To speak with an experienced attorney about expunging your criminal record, call Daniel R. Kruse, Attorney at Law, at 541-249-4510 for a free consultation.
Having a criminal conviction on your record, no matter how old, can be a significant burden. Criminal convictions can impact your ability to get a job, attend school, obtain a loan, apply for citizenship, travel outside the country, or do several other things. Having your record expunged can lift that burden from you and open new possibilities for you, your family, and your future.
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To speak with an experienced lawyer about expunging your criminal record, call Daniel R. Kruse, Attorney at Law, at 541-249-4510. You can also schedule an initial consultation by contacting attorney Kruse online. The discussion will be honest, professional, and strictly confidential.