Our Cook County expungement attorneys will give you a clean slate at an affordable rate. We will take the time to educate you regarding your options. If expungement is not available to you, we will help you have your criminal records sealed by the court.
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Cook County Expungement Attorneys
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Cook County expungement lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains your rights in the event of an arrest in Cook County.
Our Cook County expungement attorneys explain the difference between expungement and sealing of criminal records. When a criminal record is expunged, it is destroyed. When a criminal record is sealed, it is removed from public view but not destroyed. Neither expunged or sealed records are visible in criminal checks, but sealed records can be obtained with a court order.
Cook County expungement lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the qualities to look for in your expungement attorney.
In this article, our Cook County expungement lawyers explain what types of criminal records can be expunged in Cook County. Criminal records can be expunged if the person seeking expungement has never been convicted of a criminal charge. This means that any criminal charges must have ended in acquittal, dismissal, reversal, vacation, completed court supervision or completed qualified probation.
Cook County expungement attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains your rights if you are pulled over for a traffic stop in Cook County.
In this article, our Cook County expungment attorneys explain the types of criminal records that can be sealed in Cook County. If you have been convicted of an offense, you will likely not be eligible for expungement, but you may be eligible for sealing. Misdemeanors can typically be sealed after a certain waiting period. We discuss the types of felonies that are eligible for sealing.