Our law firm specializes in clearing your record after a criminal conviction. This process is know as an expungement. The primary benefit to having your criminal conviction expunged is to obtain employment. In California, a person who’s conviction has been expunged can lawfully answer “No” on a job application to the question that everyone dreads:
“Have you ever been convicted of a crime?”
For those of you applying for a state license, you must still disclose the conviction on your application.
However, many state licensing boards will look much more favorably if your conviction has already been expunged. If you are planning on renewing your state license —or, applying for a new license, call me first so we can handle the expungement before you file your application.
Some of you may still be on probation. There are huge advantages to getting your probation terminated as soon as possible. If you are accused of any future crime while on probation, you will be facing a probation violation with no right to a jury trial. Our law firm can terminate your probation and expunge your conviction all at the same time. Once you have terminated your probation and achieved an expungement, job opportunities will be easier to obtain.
Please, fill out my Eligibility Test to determine if you are eligible to obtain an expungement.
— Max Gorby, Esq.