Clean up your criminal record with help from an expungement attorney
A youthful mistake or recent bad judgment can haunt a person in employment, education, housing, borrowing, and other aspects of life. Even if you were not convicted of a crime you were arrested for, you likely have a criminal record showing that you were arrested in the past. If you are worried that your criminal past will cloud your future, it may be possible to seal, expunge and destroy those records.
What Does Expungement Do?
If your records are sealed, expunged and/or destroyed, they will not show up on background checks and you can legally state on job applications and other documents that you have not been arrested.
However, certain government agencies can still access expunged records. For example, an expunged conviction can be seen by the DA and counted as a prior if you commit a new offense in the future.
Why Choose Perlmutter & Pourshalimi as Your Expungement Attorney
At Perlmutter & Pourshalimi, we have extensive experience in the expungement process. We can help you with everything from simple misdemeanor expungements to more complicated cases in which it is necessary to secure early termination of probation or get a felony reduced to a misdemeanor before expungement. We sincerely care about your future and we will work hard to secure the expungements you need to move forward with your life.
Want a Clean Slate? Call Now.
To find out if your offense is eligible to be sealed from public view through expungement, contact the knowledgeable criminal defense attorneys at Perlmutter & Pourshalimi. We will take the time to talk to you about your criminal record and what we can do to help you. Don’t hesitate to contact an experienced lawyer 24/7 at (310) 295-2236. Consultations are free and confidential.