Most people are under the impression that juvenile records are automatically expunged upon reaching adulthood, but this is not the case. While juvenile records are generally kept confidential, information about your juvenile record can be obtained by potential employers, landlords, and educational institutions.
To prevent your juvenile record from sabotaging your future, call XpungeChicago, A Division of the Law Offices of Matt Fakhoury, and begin the expungement process.
Call us at 847-920-4540 or visit us at XpungeChicago.com to schedule a case review.
If you’re expunging your criminal record in Illinois, you must first make sure you’re eligible. So what do you look for on your record to determine whether you’re eligible for criminal record clearing?
Here’s what you need to know.
Expunging Your Record? Here’s What to Look For
When you talk to a Chicago expungement attorney about clearing your criminal record, you’ll need a complete copy of your record. If you
Clearing your criminal record through sealing gives you a fresh start – it means that most people will never be able to see your history through a regular background check. However, there are seven criminal offenses you can never seal in Illinois; they must stay on your criminal record forever unless you receive a pardon from the governor or they’re vacated or reversed.