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Are you facing a significant roadblock with employment interviews, loan applications, college applications, professional licensing or other matters? A criminal arrest record can haunt you for years — even if you were not convicted or the charges were dismissed through a pre-diversionary program.

If you successfully completed a pre-diversionary program for drunk driving, underage drinking or any other offense, it is important to realize that even though the charges were dismissed upon successful completion of the program, you must seek expungement of the criminal records in order to have the records sealed from the public. At Steven L. Breit, Attorney at Law, we offer more than 25 years of experience in helping clients assert their rights and protect their future.

Talk To An Attorney About Sealing Your Criminal History Records

Expungement Attorney Steven L. Breit provides effective counsel in helping clients who have received a not guilty verdict, dismissed charges or dismissed charges following completion of a pre-diversionary program in sealing their records through expungement. This may include individuals who have successfully completed a pre-diversionary program involving:

  • DUI/DWI offenses
  • Underage drinking
  • Simple assault/Domestic Violence
  • Retail theft/shoplifting/theft by unlawful taking
  • Minor drug possession/drug crimes
  • Other eligible offenses

Even a notation of an arrest, reduced charge, dismissed criminal case, not guilty verdict or any other criminal matter on your record can follow you. Expungement effectively erases the notation from your record so that it will not appear on criminal background checks or through any other avenues where the offense was previously noted.

Want More Information About Clearing Your Criminal Record?

Attorney Breit has the knowledge and experience to explain and guide you through the legal process of expungement so that you can continue your life without the burden of prior criminal history. If you were convicted of a criminal offense and thus ineligible to expunge the records, you may be eligible for a pardon. Our criminal defense law firm can explain your options and assert your interests.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation.