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Criminal Record Expungement 

How to clear your record of previous convictions.


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New Jersey Expungement Attorneys


Clearing your name from Criminal Records

What is expungement? How do I qualify?

Expungement is the isolation (removal) of a criminal record, so it is no longer visible to the public. The main objective of an expungement is to provide relief to those who deserve it. Expungement is the best way to clear your past indiscretions. Once a judge signs the Expungement Order, your criminal record has been expunged is effectively “cleared” of the incident. Therefore, searches performed on official government databases, such as the courts or police department, will generally yield return results similar to “No Record Found.” Some Police Departments and County Sheriff's Offices maintain expungement files, but those files are sealed and locked away from prying eyes. 

Simon Law Group, LLC is known for superior success rates in expungements across New Jersey. If you're seeking a law firm that can give you the greatest chance of clearing blemishes of the past, look no further than the legal team at Simon Law Group, LLC.

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We have over a decade of experience working with clients on Expungement matters. We're proud to offer free consultations to every potential expungement client, so if you're considering hiring an attorney to petition for an expungement of your criminal record, contact us today. 

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