NJ Expungement Attorney
we all deserve second chances in life
when you expunge your criminal arrest or conviction, you get that second chance
In the past, people's private lives, including their arrests and criminal convictions were only for a person's family and loved ones to know about. Today, many companies profit from selling a person's private information. We all make mistakes and getting arrested or charged with a crime can happen to anyone. The difference is that now, with the available technology, all potential employers, educational institutions, and even "friends" can dig up dirt on your past.
In other words, anyone in the world can pay a fee and uncover embarrassing and damaging facts about your past. Yes, shame is now for sale! Fight back and have your criminal arrests and convictions expunged. The process is complicated, but well worth.
At our firm we charge our clients very reasonable rates. We became attorneys to help people and we can think of no better way to help a client than to help them put their past behind and get a second chance at life. Unfortunately, many clients put their lives on hold for ten and even twenty years because of their criminal record. We successfully expunged their records within months and they were ecstatic to finally land a good job or get in to a nursing program after years and years of waiting.
prevented from pursuing a certain career?
prevented from studying at a certain institution?
tired of not having a clean record?
expunge your criminal records and enjoy true freedom again
What exactly is an expungement?
The expungement process is all about obtaining a signed order from a judge that basically states that the criminal arrest and or conviction, “…shall be deemed not to have happened.” Once your expungement is finalized you are allowed by New Jersey law to say that you were never arrested or convicted.
If ever a background check is performed on you, the person or potential employer performing that security check will be told that “there is no record”.
once my "incident" has been expunged, are there any situations where i would have to admit my prior arrest or conviction?
In addition, if you are applying for a diversionary program or are being sentenced for a conviction of “new charges”, your expunged records will be accessed for sentencing purposes.