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 attorney can be your best option. Your attorney will manage everything from start to finish, including serving legal notice on the required parties and attending all court hearings on your behalf.
In addition an experienced attorney will know the local court rules, judges, and local prosecutors, all of which will expedite the matter and improve your chances of prevailing.
Learn More About The Process:
If your record is cleared, do you have to tell a prospective employer? Does an expungement wipe away the conviction? Watch the video on expungement…
What does “sealing a record” mean? Read about the sealing procedure…
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