Archives for: June 25th, 2019

Can You Seal an Arrest for Domestic Battery if You Weren’t Convicted?

For many people, having a criminal record is a huge pain. It goes everywhere you go – landlords see it, potential employers see it, and it even pops up in background checks that just about anyone can do. Having that criminal record can even hold you back from doing the things you want to (and need to) do.

The good news is that you can have some convictions and some

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How to Clear a Misdemeanor From Your Record in Chicago

If you’ve been convicted of a misdemeanor crime in Chicago, Skokie, Rolling Meadows or elsewhere in Illinois, you may be able to prevent people from seeing it in a background check

Many people with misdemeanor convictions qualify for criminal record sealing, which means the records that law enforcement agencies and the courts have will become private – and landlords, many potential employers, and the general public can no longer see

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How to Get Your Criminal Record Expunged in New City, Chicago

If you live in New City – one of Chicago’s 77 official community areas, which includes Back of the Yards, Canaryville and a few other neighborhoods – and you have a criminal record you’d like to expunge, we may be able to help you. We work all over Chicago’s neighborhoods. Here’s what you need to know about criminal record expungement and criminal record sealing.

Criminal Record Sealing in New City
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Can You Join the Illinois National Guard With a Criminal Record?

If you’re like many people, you’d like to join the Illinois National Guard – but can you do that if you have a criminal record?

The answer isn’t black-and-white. Here’s what you need to know.

Can You Join the Illinois National Guard With a Criminal Record?

In most cases, the Illinois National Guard can’t take people with a criminal history. However, if you want to join the Guard and you

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