Expungement And Sealing Your Criminal Record

Clearing Your Criminal Record While hiring an attorney to clear your record can be costly, it can also save you a great deal of time. The average attorney fees for clearing a criminal record can range from $1,000 to $3,000 depending on the complexity of your case and the experience of your attorney. Yet, retaining an Read more…

Sealing Your Criminal Record – Video

Attorney Mike Angeloff Sealing Your Criminal Record This procedure is often confused with expungement. The term sealing often refers to convictions that occur when a person is a juvenile. In most states a juvenile is anyone under the age of 18. At the least, sealing a record means that you can have the record sealed Read more…

Expungement – Criminal Records

The Legal Process Of Expungement Attorney Mike Angeloff On Expungement Job Applicants Job applicants with criminal records face daunting barriers to obtaining employment. Yet neither federal nor state laws protect such job applicants from what is arguably a form of legal discrimination. Don’t Hire Policy Most large employers maintain a “don’t-hire” policy that provides for the automatic Read more…

Employment Denied – Criminal Record – Expungement

Employment Denied – Criminal Record – Expungement Obtaining employment today is difficult enough. Obtaining employment with a criminal record is next to impossible. According to the Justice Department over 20 million Americans have criminal records. Job applicants with criminal records face daunting barriers to obtaining employment.  Yet neither federal nor state laws protect such job applicants from Read more…