Expunctions / Nondisclousure
Although most convictions are not eligible to be removed from a person’s record, in certain circumstances the person may be eligible for an expunction. An expunction means that all information pertaining to the person’s criminal case is removed. The person may even deny that the criminal case ever existed.
Order of Nondisclosure
Even if you are not eligible for an expunction, you may be eligible for an order of nondisclosure. This means that although the record is not completely removed, it is removed from public record. However, government agencies will still have access to such records.
To Find out if you are eligible for either an expunction or an order of nondisclosure, contact Alexandria Cazares-Perez for a free confidential consultation