The attorneys at the Duran Law Group, APLC obtain expungements for clients on an almost daily basis. If you have been charged with a crime in California and served your period of either formal or informal probation, you have the ability to gain an expungement of your record. If you were charged with a felony, you must first file a motion to have the felony reduced to a misdemeanor before an expungement is possible. Our office routinely handles these matters as well.
If you are ready for this final phase of your misdemeanor or felony conviction, it is important to hire an attorney with knowledge, skill and experience in California Penal Code section 1203.4 The attorneys at the Duran Law Group, APLC have been improving clients’ criminal records through the expungement process for more than 30 years.
We go through every step of the process with you from determining if you are eligible and ready, to filing your expungement petition, serving the District or City Attorney with notice of the filing, and attending hearings on your behalf. There are precise requirements which must be met while seeking to expunge your criminal record. If you proceed without an attorney, any mistake during this process can mean having your petition denied.
If an expungement of your misdemeanor or felony conviction is granted, you are no longer considered “convicted” under California law. If potential employers ask you if you have ever been convicted, you can honestly answer “No.” Legally, the conviction has been “set aside and dismissed.”
If you would like your criminal record expunged in the State of California, call the Duran Law Group, APLC today for a free consultation and allow us to put our experience to work for you. 424-777-0007
Attorneys at the Duran Law Group, APLC represent clients seeking to expunge their criminal record in every United States District Court in California, and in state court in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, San Diego, and Ventura Counties.