Most people believe that offenses such as driving without a valid license (625 ILCS 5/6-101) or driving on a suspended license (625 ILCS 5/6-303) are simple traffic violations that will not appear on a criminal background check. Unfortunately, however, the opposite is true: most traffic-related offenses are actually misdemeanors and far more serious than most presume.
Misdemeanor traffic citations are easily accessible to potential employers. If a job requires you to drive a vehicle as part of your employment, prior misdemeanor traffic offenses can prevent you from being hired. XpungeChicago, a division of the Law Offices of M. Fakhoury, can expunge or seal traffic-related misdemeanors from your criminal record. Visit us at XpungeChicago.com for a free consultation and confidential case review. 847-920-4540
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