Expungement Attorney | Set-aside that Criminal Record.
We all make mistakes. If you made a mistake in the past, learned your lesson, and moved on with your life, you may be eligible to have your prior criminal conviction/convictions, erased or expunged.
You’ve changed. Shouldn’t your past, be in the past?
The Donahue Law Firm represents people who have distanced themselves from past mistakes and are ready to move on with their lives–free of the past. For a flat fee, expungement attorney Bryan Donahue will handle the entire process on your behalf (exclusive of finger printing and other requirements that must be completed by the person seeking expungement).
Conviction Expungement and Arrest Expungement.
Not every case is eligible to be expunged. Certain expungement requirements (such as lapse of time) must be met. For example, generally at least three years must have gone by since the date of the conviction, arrest, or judgment on a violation, that you wish to have expunged. If charges were never brought against you in court, but you were initially arrested, you may be eligible to have the arrest set-aside after one year. To see if you qualify to have your past mistakes or indiscretions set aside, and your criminal charges expunged or arrest record cleared, contact the Donahue Law Firm today. Your initial expungement consultation with Attorney Bryan, is free. Call Today: 541-241-6657.
Are you eligible to have your arrest or conviction expunged or set aside?
Please be aware. Certain convictions CANNOT be expunged:
- Traffic offenses cannot be expunged;
- Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants (DUII charges) can not be set aside. This is true even if the charge was dismissed due to completing the DUII Diversion Program;
- Convictions for Class A and Class B felonies cannot be expunged.
If you’re situation is not one of the above, you may be eligible to set aside a criminal record and have your criminal history expunged. Most of the time, we are able to expunge past indiscretions for the cost of less than one month’s rent. Call to speak with attorney Bryan to see if expungement is an option for you.
Expunge the past. Move on with your future. Call Today: 541-241-6657