If you have been convicted of a crime, the State of Illinois has procedures for granting Pardons and Clemency. The Governor is given the constitutional power to grant a pardon or clemency following criminal conviction or juvenile adjudication.
Pardon: Vacates a conviction and expunges a criminal record.
Clemency: Results in a reduced sentence, but the conviction remains on record.
If you wish to seek a pardon or clemency, the Law Offices of Matt Fakhoury and XpungeChicago will assist you from start to finish. Attorney Matt Fakhoury will review your criminal case and will aggressively fight for your clemency or pardon.
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