Representation For Expungements And Pardons
In today’s unforgiving society, one can hardly underestimate the value of protecting one’s reputation. A black mark on your criminal history file can have life-altering consequences. Many employers won’t even consider applicants who have criminal convictions on their criminal history records.
Pennsylvania law does offer a few options for individuals who are trying to remove records of criminal charges for which they were convicted, or for which they participated in pretrial diversionary programs, and also for charges that were withdrawn or dismissed but that still appear on your criminal history. The attorneys at Olexa & Casari are here to assist and advise you and to help determine whether you qualify for an expungement or pardon. Call us now for a free consultation.
Examples Of When You Can Get An Expungement:
- People who have had the charges brought against them dismissed.
- People who have completed a deferred judgment and sentence or diversion program.
- People who have been acquitted of charges thanks to the assistance of an attorney.
- People who have been wrongfully accused of a crime.
Don’t let your past dictate your future. Contact attorney Edward Olexa for effective expungement representation.