This spring, legislators passed a bill that bars private employers from requiring applicants to disclose their criminal histories until they’ve been deemed "qualified" for a job — and that’s a boon for ex-offenders, who are often denied employment solely because of past convictions… read more.
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.
Legal Tip of the Day: DUI and Driver’s License Suspension in Illinois
My name is Matt Fakhoury with XpungeChicago.com, and here’s your Legal Tip of the Day from XpungeChicago.
Now, today’s legal tip of the day is regarding your DUI arrest and specifically, how long your license will be suspended once you’re arrested for DUI. Now, in most instances, if you are arrested for a DUI, your license will