Many times a criminal charge can feel like a lifetime of punishment due to the effects of having a criminal record. The charge and the disposition of the case can become a matter of public record. Jobs may ask for a background check before hiring, which can make it difficult to earn a living. Even if you were not convicted of a crime, the details of the crime can be made available to the public.
An expungement or a sealing can help to change that. You may be eligible to clean up your record and remove things from your record by having your case expunged or sealed. Don't let a mistake lead to a lifetime of discrimination. Contact Attorney David Ellison to see if you are eligible today. We will discuss your situation and whether you are eligible to have your charges expunged or sealed.
Rhode Island Expungement Lawyer
In Rhode Island, in some circumstances, a person may be eligible to have their case expunged if they have been convicted of a crime, however, there is certain criteria that has to be met in order to be eligible. This criteria is very technical and can get confusing at times. If you would like to know more about Rhode Island Expungements, click here to continue reading.
Rhode Island Sealing Lawyer
In Rhode Island, a person is eligible to have their case sealed if their entire case resulted in a dismissal, a no information, a no true bill, or a not guilty on all counts. There is certain criteria that has to be met for this to happen and a sealing may not be available in every circumstance. If you would like to know more about Rhode Island Sealings, click here to continue reading.
If you would like to see whether we can help seal or expunge your case, do not hesitate to contact Attorney David Ellison today at 401-230-5520.