Many people are under the mistaken belief that your criminal record gets automatically cleared if your arrest didn’t result in a conviction. The truth of the matter is that the arrest stays on your record indefinitely unless you expunge or seal it.
A case will remain a matter of public record whether it was dismissed, you received supervision, or a conviction resulted. Why leave your arrest out there for the world to see?
Contact the Law Offices of M. Fakhoury to expunge or seal your criminal record in as little as 2 months.
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You may have heard that – with very few exceptions – you can’t expunge a conviction from your criminal record in Illinois. That’s true, but what is a conviction for expungement purposes? This guide explains.
What is a Conviction for Expungement Purposes?
A conviction is a finding of guilt that results in incarceration (jail or prison), probation, a conditional discharge, fine, or time served. If the court finds you guilty,
If you were found not guilty of a crime, you still have a criminal record. In fact, you still have a criminal record even if you were arrested and never charged with a crime. But do you need expungement if you were found not guilty or if you were arrested and never charged? This guide helps you decide.
Do You Need Expungement if You Were Found Not Guilty of a
If you’re like many people, you’ve decided that you need a fresh start through criminal record expungement – but how long does an expungement take in Illinois, and what will you be required to provide? This guide explains.
How Long Does an Expungement Take in Illinois?
In Illinois, expungement takes at least a few months. That’s because the state of Illinois and its agencies – such as the Illinois State