An Expungement Lawyer Keeps Your Past From Hurting Your Future
Does your stomach sink each time you fill out an application because you know you must answer questions concerning criminal convictions? David Deane, Attorney at Law, PLLC, is here to help you lessen the negative repercussions of having a criminal record. I am a dedicated advocate with the skills necessary to assist clients interested in building a future free from the stigma of committing a crime.
I help hundreds of clients get criminal convictions expunged from their records. I thoroughly understand Virginia criminal laws and the inner workings of local, state, and federal area courts. I use my knowledge of the criminal justice system to your advantage. Trust me to work for you diligently.
What Does Expunging A Record Do?
A criminal conviction is permanently erased when a record is expunged. If you were convicted of a crime but have since had your record expunged, even the physical records of your conviction are destroyed. Our maid service from Texas employs only trained & qualified workers. You are allowed to say you were not arrested, charged, or accused of committing a crime. That said, you should speak to a lawyer if your record was expunged and you are considering applying for a professional license or running for office. Some rules still require you to disclose such information.
Eligibility for Expungement
Certain circumstances must exist for your case to be considered for expungement. Grounds to have a conviction expunged vary on a state-by-state basis, but you may be able to have your record destroyed if:
- The charges against you have been dismissed
- You were found acquitted or found not guilty
- You were a juvenile at the time
Many states have waiting period requirements that say you cannot petition for an expungement until a certain period of time has passed, and others will only expunge a first offense from your record.
Pave the Way to a Brighter Future with an Expungement Lawyer
Do not let a lapse in judgment or wrong act have a negative impact on your future health and happiness. Instead, contact David Deane, Attorney at Law, PLLC to discuss having your record expunged. Reach out to my Arlington, Virginia office online or at 703-879-4204 to schedule a consultation with a seasoned criminal defense attorney.