Criminal records will haunt you for the rest of your life; and it can make it challenging for you to find housing, employment, loans and more. However, depending on how severe the criminal charge was, you may have the opportunity to expunge or clear from your record.
What does expungement do?
Expungement removes most of the disabilities that come with a criminal conviction. If you are being held back by a past criminal conviction, D'Intino Law Firm offers clients the ability to expunge crimes from their records.
Here is some expungement eligibility:
- ARD – also known as Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition – if you successfully completed ARD.
- Summary Convictions – if you have been convicted by a guilty verdict or plea to a Summary Offense and meet other criteria.
- Underage Drinking – if you are 21 years of age or older.
- Minor Status – if you were charged with a crime as a juvenile.
- Dropped Charges or Not Guilty Verdict – if the charges against you were dismissed or dropped or you were found not guilty.
- Age – if you are over 70 years old and meet other certain criteria.
Don't wait and contact Attorney John D'Intino for a free consultation. With an expungement, you could be able to give yourself the second chance that you deserve. This opportunity can open doors to a new life, so let Mr. D'Intino work with you to give you the best possible chance. My office can be reached at 267-491-9111.