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Expungement Attorneys in Philadelphia

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To get an expungement is to remove or purge any information of your past criminal charges from law enforcement records and other databases. In order to expunge your criminal record, you need to file a petition with the court in the county in which you were originally charged. Usually, the court will schedule a hearing regarding your petition to determine if expunging your record is appropriate and if the prosecution wishes to oppose your petition.

At Mincey Fitzpatrick Ross, our expungement attorneys in Philadelphia can help you make sound legal decisions as we guide you throughout every stage of the expungement process. Backed by over 100 years of combined criminal defense experience, we are intimately familiar with this complex area of law. Our legal team can help you determine if you are eligible for expungement and, if so, get to work on clearing your criminal record right away.

Call our expungement lawyers in Philadelphia today at (215) 550-1999 or contact us online to learn more about how we can help you. Call now and set up a free consultation.

Benefits of Expungement

Even if the charges against you resulted in a “not guilty” verdict or were withdrawn, they can still negatively affect your future if they remain on your criminal record. For example, a potential employer who runs a background check on you may not hire you due to your criminal record, and your current employer may even fire you. Also, Pennsylvania’s public dockets allow anyone to look up your criminal history, which may result in a military recruiter, nosey neighbors, or others peeking into your private life.

The following individuals may be eligible for expungement:

  • People who were found guilty or pled guilty after a trial of a summary offense over five years ago and have not been arrested since then
  • People who successfully completed every aspect of the ARD program and paid all required costs and fines
  • People who were found not guilty after a jury or judge trial
  • People who had their criminals charges dismissed by the court as a result of lack of evidence, lack of prosecution, or other reasons

Call (215) 550-1999 for a Free Consultation

In addition to the list above, other individuals may be eligible for expungement. Contact Mincey Fitzpatrick Ross for a free case evaluation and we can help you find out if you are eligible. You can trust our Philadelphia expungement attorneys to provide you with the relentless representation you deserve.

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