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California Expungement Lawyer

An expungement is the legal process of dismissing a case that has resulted from a guilty plea. The typical penalties will still take place, such as arrest, prosecution, and a conviction record. The court file, however, will reflect the entering of a plea of not guilty and case dismissal. Your criminal record is not destroyed, but FBI files and the California Department of Justice can have a notation that the case was dismissed and that you were found not guilty. At Rodriquez Lewis & Kahn, our criminal defense attorneys have helped numerous clients through the expungement process when they qualified.

We can help have your convictions removed by providing direction and insight as to the process. An expungement allows you to have the freedom to tell your future employer that you have never been convicted of a crime, which can significantly improve your chances of obtaining a job. Under an expungement, you will not be allowed to possess a firearm and the conviction can still be used to enhance future penalties if you are charged with another crime. If a sex crime has been committed, you may still be required to register as a sex offender. This process updates a case to show that it has been dismissed, but does not remove all records.

Eligibility for Expungement

To find out if you qualify for expungement, obtain a free initial consultation from our firm. You can have us by your side as a strong defense against your criminal charges. There are specific eligibility requirements for expungement, including the following:

  • Successful completion of probation
  • Compliance with court orders
  • No subsequent offenses
  • No state prison sentence for felonies
  • One year lapse since judgment date

At Rodriquez Lewis & Kahn, we are ready to help you through the process. We understand expungement laws and procedures from our 70 years of combined experience in this field. The lawyers at our firm enjoy helping individuals improve their criminal record, and we are passionate about helping people begin a fresh start. Call our firm today for assistance.

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