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Naperville expungement attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the criminal process, what bonds are, your rights during an arrest, and how evidence is gathered.
Our Naperville expungement attorney Kevin O’Flaherty explains the process of expungement. He discusses the difference between sealing of records and expungement and what crimes can be expunged and which crimes cannot. Our Naperville expungement attorneys will work with you to decide what would be in your best interest and help you succeed.
Naperville expungement attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the the qualities you should look for when hiring an expungement attorney.
In this article, our Naperville expungement lawyers explain the types of criminal records that can be expunged. When a criminal charge is expunged, it is destroyed and no longer appears on your criminal record. Sealed records are not destroyed and are still available upon court order. Employers are not permitted to ask you about expunged or sealed records. With certain exceptions, criminal charges can be expunged if they did not end in a conviction. This means that if your charge ended in acquittal, dismissal, was vacated or reversed, or if you completed court supervision or qualified probation, you may be eligible for expungement.
Naperville expungement lawyer explains what happens if you are pulled over for a traffic stop.
In this article, our Naperville expungement lawyers explain the types of charges that can be sealed. If you receive a conviction, you will not be eligible for expungement, but you may be able to have your records sealed. Most misdemeanor convictions can be sealed, with certain exceptions. We discuss these exceptions and the types of felony offenses that can be sealed. We then explain the waiting period that must pass before a record can be sealed.