Jackson Expungement Attorneys
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If you apply for an apartment, college, or job, many agencies will conduct a background check before approving your application. If you have a conviction on your criminal record, it could impact their decision, making it difficult for you to move forward with your life. Fortunately, it is possible to get certain offenses cleared from your record by petitioning for an expungement, which effectively blocks your criminal history from public access.
Our attorneys at the Eichelberger Law Firm, PLLC are experienced at assisting individuals through the expungement process and will provide the legal guidance you need to help you get a fresh start.
Reach out to us by calling (601) 509-2050.
Providing Skilled Legal Guidance for Your Expungement Petition
When you petition for an expungement, you must submit specific documents to the court that had jurisdiction over your case. Upon receiving your paperwork, the court will schedule a hearing where you must provide evidence for your request. If your expungement is approved, your public records for certain offenses will be removed.
Law enforcement officials may still have access to your information, but employers or other agencies will not be able to see your records if they conduct a background check.
Although not every conviction can be cleared, you can obtain an expungement for certain records, including:
- Arrests or charges that did not result in a conviction
- Most first-time misdemeanors
- Many first-time, nonviolent felonies
Our Jackson expungement attorneys can review your situation to help you determine if you qualify. We are well-versed in this area of the law and know the specific rules for the various offenses that can be removed from your record.
Helping You Secure Your Future
Together our lawyers have over 26 years of combined legal experience performing expungement work, and we can help you understand the expungement process to ensure you are meeting all legal requirements. We will work with you to build a case that demonstrates to the court your eligibility for getting your records cleared.
For a free and confidential consultation, call us at (601) 509-2050 or contact us online.