Our DuPage expungement attorneys will ensure that your criminal record is expunged or sealed in a speedy and cost-effective manner. Both expungement and sealing will remove your criminal record from public view. Employers are not permitted to ask about expunged or sealed records. If you are eligible for expungement, our DuPage expungement attorneys will ensure that your criminal records are destroyed. If you are not eligible for expungement, you may be eligible for sealing. Sealed records are only available upon court order.
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DuPage County expungement attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the detainment and arresting procedures used in the criminal process in Illinois.
In this article our DuPage expungement attorneys explain DuPage County expungement and sealing of criminal records. We answer the following questions:
DuPage County criminal attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains what to do if you are pulled over for a DUI in Illinois.
In this article by our DuPage County criminal attorneys, they discuss the criminal process including detainment and arresting of individuals. Everyone has rights, as well as the right to remain silent to prevent self incrimination. We give examples of the ideal information that you should give to law enforcement officials but also examples of the types of information that you should withhold due to the chance that your own words will be used in the case against you.
DuPage County expungement attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains what circumstances lead to an aggravated DUI.
Our DuPage County criminal attorneys explain the factors that can cause a DUI to become a felony aggravated DUI, including previous DUIs already on your criminal record, the DUI resulting in serious injury, and driving under the influence of alcohol with a minor in the vehicle