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Getting two convictions expunged

Getting two convictions expunged

Question: Is it possible getting two convictions expunged if they are non-violent?

One conviction in Van Nuys Court, and the other in San Fernando Court.  I am looking for a job and think that these convictions will create some issues.  I had some problems when I was younger but am a different person now and am trying hard to get my life back on track.  Please let me know if you can help me.  Thanks!

Answer: Yes, it is possible to get two non-violent convictions expunged. Most convictions can not be expunged, but there are some exceptions.  For example, if you were convicted of a felony and sentenced to jail, then an expungement may not be a remedy for you, but there are other options.  Also, keep in mind that if you are currently on probation for any offense, or have pending charges, that will stop a petition for dismissal (ie. expungement) from getting granted.  If you are still on probation for a conviction, it is possible to terminate probation early in order to move forward with the expungement process.

As you can see from the above, I can give a better assessment of your situation and which options are available and best for you once I know more about your cases and your criminal history.

Contact me at (818) 336-1384 if you want to discuss this further. I handle dismissal of convictions/expungements for misdemeanor and felony convictions and can assist you in this matter, as well as certificates of rehabilitation and pardons or sealing juvenile records if applicable.

I regularly and successfully handle expungements in San Fernando Court and Van Nuys Court.

In the meantime, click the following link for more information:  Expungements


Phil Hache
DUI & Criminal Defense Attorney
Handling DUI and Criminal matters throughout Courts in Southern California including Van Nuys, San Fernando, Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, Metro, Bellflower, Alhambra, Malibu, Compton, Inglewood and other Courts.
Office in Sherman Oaks

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