You’ve been convicted of a crime. You’ve served your probation and are ready to move on with your life. But your previous conviction is making your life difficult. Criminal records are public, which means that anyone—from a potential employer, to a landlord, to another party—can view your record and the crime for which you were convicted.
With this black mark on your record, you may find it difficult to get a job or even a new place to live in Riverside, California.
This is where Greenberg, Greenberg & Kenyon, APLC can help. If you are eligible, we may be able to help you get your record expunged.
An expungement doesn’t clear your criminal record, but it does update it to show that the case was dismissed. Unlike a conviction, employers are not allowed to use an expungement when making employment decisions. And if you are asked if you have been convicted of a crime, you can legally answer “no.”
Our firm is made up of a father-and-son team of expungement lawyers with more than 50 years of experience between them. We have the knowledge and skill to help you.
Get your questions answered and find out if you qualify for expungement. Call us today for a free confidential consultation with an experienced expungement attorney.