Are you searching for an exceptional Orange County defense attorney? At the Law offices of Stull & Stull, their specialty is defending your freedom. If you have been charged with a felony or a misdemeanor, it’s essential that you receive professional consultation immediately.
The criminal defense lawyers at Stull & Stull offer the latest, best and most updated knowledge of the law, and will ensure that you get the type of aggressive legal representation you need and deserve. If the Orange County Defense Attorney from Stull & Stull takes your case, they will go to work immediately to prepare an informed defense for you, walking with you every step of the way.
Do you need an expungement of your criminal record? If you already have a clear conscience, it’s time to clear your criminal record. The Law Offices of Stull & Stull specialize in expunging criminal records.
An expungement of criminal records is used to describe a process of cleaning up your records, by reopening your criminal case, withdrawing your plea of guilty, having the charges dismissed and re-closing the case without a conviction. Once you pay all of the fines and complete your terms of probation, you are no longer a convicted person, however, the case record itself will still exist.
Although not all convictions can be dismissed, expungement may be the ideal move if you have had a felony that could have been charged as a misdemeanor, and was sentenced to county jail time, probation, a fine, or all three. An Orange County Defense Attorney from Stull & Stull will be happy to discuss this matter with you in their office. You can schedule an appointment by calling 877-815-7421.
Depending on the factors involved, you may find it necessary to have your criminal records sealed. You may not be aware that your arrest record is not the same as your conviction record. An arrest record is the account of the time when you were booked into jail but no charges were filed. A conviction is the account of your pleading of guilty or no contest. It would also apply if you were found guilty by a jury.
If you have ever been arrested, and had no charges filed against you, or had the charges dismissed, you may not know that you still have a record of arrest on your rap sheet. When a company, organization or individual runs a background check on you, the arrest will show up on your rap sheet. This may cause you to fit your background check.
Most people think that if their case was dismissed or the district attorney never filed charges, the arrest record no longer exists. Unfortunately, the arrest record does not just disappear.
The effects of sealing an arrest record are dynamic. Your entire record, finger prints, booking photo, and arrest report are sealed and destroyed; it is deleted from the department of justice computer. The arrest does not exist.
If it would benefit you to seal your arrest record, please contact the Orange County Defense Attorney from Stull & Stull by calling toll-free, 877-815-7421. You’re also welcome to visit their website at criminallawyerorangecountyca.com.