If you would like to have past criminal convictions removed from your record, contact Brandon expungment lawyer Jim Kelly for a consultation.
It is possible to take a conviction off your record. This is known as expunging a conviction. An experienced expungement lawyer will be able to vacate a conviction in the state of Mississippi. This means that the court will set aside, or erase, the conviction. Under a set of very specific circumstances, felony or misdemeanor offenses can be removed from the public record as though it never happened.
Don't let past mistakes hinder your future. More and more employers are paying companies to do criminal background checks on potential employees. Most professional licenses cannot be obtained with a criminal conviction. Jobs that require a security clearance will also require a criminal background check. Even admittance to some college and universities will be denied if the applicant has a criminal record. Clearing a criminal record can help people who are having trouble getting housing. Sometimes, a person wants to expunge a criminal record simply to wipe the slate clean.
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