It’s not always easy to get the state of Illinois to expunge or seal your criminal record. You need background checks, specific petitions and request forms for different counties, and a wide range of documentation to begin the process – and what’s worse is that a simple mistake can cause a long delay in the process.
For most people, that means working with experienced legal professionals.
At XpungeChicago, we’ve helped people in situations just like yours – and we can help you, too. We know how to guide you through the entire criminal record clearing process
MATT FAKHOURY J.D.
Matt Fakhoury is a former prosecutor and currently a Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney. Mr. Fakhoury is also an Adjunct Professor at DePaul University where he teaches law courses in the undergraduate sociology department.
Colleen LeFevour received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from Concordia University Chicago in 2015. Colleen attended The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois, and obtained her Juris Doctor Degree. While in undergraduate and law school, Colleen was employed with the Rosemont Public Safety Department in Rosemont, Illinois. She also clerked at the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office in the Criminal Prosecutions Bureau and clerked for the Domestic Violence and Family Law Clinic at The John Marshall Law School. She is licensed to practice law in Illinois.
If you’re like many people, you’re sick of your criminal record hanging over your head and holding you back from doing the things you want to – or need to – do. Fortunately, there might be something you can do about it: You might qualify for expungement or sealing. But how do you get court records expunged? Here’s what you need to know.
If you’re like many people with a criminal record, you want it erased – and fortunately, you might qualify for expungement or sealing. But how long do you have to wait to clear your record if you’re eligible? Here’s what you need to know.
Expungement Waiting Periods in Illinois
While every case is different, and you should talk to a Chicago expungement attorney if you’re not sure about yours, you