Akron’s Premiere Expungement Lawyers
It can be worrisome to not know what will end up on your permanent record after a criminal charge conviction. Making it hard to adopt a child, get accepted into college, or find a job, a criminal conviction can remain on your record permanently. If you’re looking for a way to expunge or seal your public criminal records, give the expungement lawyers at DiCaudo, Pitchford, and Yoder in Akron a call today!
What Does Expungement (“expunction”) Mean?
If you’re looking for a fresh start with your life after a conviction, you will want to talk to our criminal defense lawyers about an expungement. The legal process involves sealing or erasing an individual’s arrest or conviction history from their criminal record. In most cases, your criminal history will be available to law enforcement, even after an expungement, but employers, schools, and the general public will not be able to see a successfully expunged criminal record.
Expungement vs. Sealed Records
Sealed records are not available to the public, which means your job search, school application, and adoption process can proceed without having to disclose your sealed prior convictions. Expunged criminal history nor sealed records are entirely erased. Law enforcement, criminal courts, and specific government agencies will still have access to your criminal history. If you want to create a positive impact on your future and the future of your loved ones, give the premiere Akron criminal defense lawyers at DiCaudo, Pitchford, and Yoder a call today.
Why Choose DiCaudo, Pitchford, and Yoder?
We serve as criminal defense attorneys out of Akron, and leverage 30-plus years of legal experience. If you’re looking to better your future, an expungement of your criminal record can help. Whether you’re looking for a new job or wanting to continue your education, give our firm a call. Let us help you erase your criminal history.