I am often asked the following, “I was arrested and my case was dismissed. Is my record automatically cleared?” OR “I went to trial and was found Not Guilty. Is my record automatically cleared?” The answer to both questions is a resounding NO. Even if your case was dismissed, or you were found Not Guilty at trial, your arrest will remain on your record until you petition to have it cleared.
A criminal arrest will have a damaging impact on your future. Every arrest is part of the public record. You must be proactive in clearing your criminal record, even in cases where charges were dismissed or you were found Not Guilty. An arrest will always be a part of your criminal record and accessible by anyone including future employers, landlords, family, and friends. You must act now to protect and enhance your future.
If you need an Expungement Attorney with a proven track record, call Attorney Matt Fakhoury with Xpunge Chicago. It is vital that you clear your criminal record to enhance your future. Calls are answered 24 hours a day.
How long does expungement take in Illinois? If you’re like many people who are thinking about clearing a criminal record, you’ve probably wondered whether it’ll be a quick process or it’ll take a while.
Here’s what you need to know.
How Long Does Expungement Take in Illinois?
Expungement can take several months, which means if you want to clear your record, you should start as soon as possible. On average,