Orange County Expungement Lawyers
How a Lawyer Can Help in Riverside, San Bernardino & Los Angeles
If you have a conviction on your record, speaking with a Orange County expungement lawyer is in your best interest. Everyone makes mistakes, but some are forced to pay for them for the rest of their lives. If you have been convicted of a crime, it can become tough to find a good job, get into college, or start a relationship. A person’s criminal history is more accessible now than ever, leaving those with criminal records with very few options.
If you are ready to get your life back in order after being convicted of a crime, you may want to have your record expunged. The process can be complicated, and it is a good idea to find a lawyer that understands expungements to help you get things in order.
The first step toward clearing your record of your offense is speaking with one of our experienced Orange County expungement lawyers. We offer free professional case evaluations to all first-time callers. Once contacted, one of our attorneys will immediately evaluate your case and discuss your options. Every situation is different, and we will not be able to give you proper guidance until we are fully aware of your circumstance.
At the Law Offices of Randy Collins, our OC expungement lawyers have worked with countless alleged criminals found guilty of serious crimes. We know how vital a clean slate is and will investigate every possible course of action available. With several decades of experience, flat fees for those who qualify, and a history of obtaining favorable case outcomes, you can rest assured that you will receive top-notch legal representation at an affordable price.
100% Success Rate on Expungements. Schedule your free consultation by calling our Orange County expungement lawyer at (844) 285-9559 today.
Crimes Ineligible for Expungement in California
In addition to crimes punished by state prison sentences, certain California criminal offenses cannot be expunged.
The following are examples of crimes that are not eligible for expungement:
Commonly Expunged Crimes
There are many crimes and convictions that can be expunged from your record once you have successfully completed the terms of your sentencing.
Crimes that are commonly expunged include:
In California, you can get your criminal records expunged under Penal Code 1203.4 PC if you were convicted of a misdemeanor or felony offense and you successfully completed probation. What does it mean to have successfully completed probation? You must have completed all the terms of your probation, including paying all fines, restitution, finishing community service counseling programs, etc. You should have attended all required court appearances and must not have committed any new crimes while still on probation.
Additionally, you must not currently be charged with a criminal offense, be on probation, or be serving a sentence.