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California Expungement Law Overview:

Posted by Thomas "Doug" Allen | Jul 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

California Law (Penal Code ยง 1203.4) allows you to clear your criminal conviction by withdrawing your plea and having the case dismissed; other types of remedies such as sealing of diversion or juvenile records, early termination of probation, DUI expungement, or reduction of a felony conviction to misdemeanor status are also available.

Background checks for employment, professional licensing, college admission and financial aid, or even renting an apartment are now commonplace, and an expungement helps ensure success in these undertakings. Many of our clients seek expungement for these reasons, but a large number get their records expunged for peace of mind and for closure on a past mistake.

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We offer a free confidential telephone consultation with an expert California Expungement Attorney to discuss your case and explain the law regarding expungement options. We have been clearing California Criminal Records since 1992 and have been online since 2003. Call 800 495 2819, or send an email request here.

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Thomas "Doug" Allen

Doug has practiced law in California for the past 25 years, and has represented clients charged with offenses ranging from possession of an open container of alcohol to first degree murder. He has extensive courtroom and trial experience and has personally litigated more than 3500 expungement cases all over the state of California.

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