filesSeal Your Record or Expunge Your Conviction

Having a criminal record may affect where you go to school, where you live or where you work.  A criminal record may also affect whether you can receive certain public benefits or educational opportunities.  Some records may be sealed or the convictions expunged.  While a record for a minor matter may not be of concern now, it could have a profound impact on your future.  You need a law firm experienced with filing motions to seal your record or expunge your conviction. 

You need the Law Office of Bruce M. Cooper. 

Call for your Free Consultation at
(202) 628-8494. 

 

 

arrestSealing an Arrest Record

If you were arrested but your case was dismissed by the government, you have a criminal record.  If you were arrested but your case was dismissed by the court, you have a criminal record.  And, if you went to trial and won your case, you have a criminal record.  Don’t go through life with that record.  You need help.  You need a law firm experienced in motions to the court to seal your record. 

You need the Law Office of Bruce M. Cooper.

Call for your Free Consultation at
(202) 628-8494. 

By sealing your arrest record, that information is no longer public and most employers will not have access to your records.  This means that you may not have to disclose that you have a criminal record in most instances.  Moreover, the law of the District of Columbia allows individuals to try and seal their records without regard to their innocence – either because they cannot prove that they are actually innocent or because they are not innocent but the type of offense is eligible for sealing. 

 

 

shredExpunge Your Conviction

An expungement allows you to clear your criminal record so that you have a fresh start after a criminal conviction.  To qualify for expungement, you must have successfully completed probation without any violations.  Only certain convictions qualify for expungement and you need an experienced law firm to help you. 

You need the Law Office of Bruce M. Cooper.

Call for your Free Consultation at
(202) 628-8494.