Sealing your Misdemeanors in Colorado
In Colorado, there is no expungement for criminal records. Instead, Colorado allows you to petition for a permanent sealing on your records. This is different from expungement because your records are closed as if the incident never occurred.
Freedoms resulting from permanent sealing on your records:
- Able to tell future employers you have not been convicted of the sealed crime
- Clear conscience when a background check is being performed
- Less financial strain from skewed rates associated with a criminal background
Hiring an experienced attorney like Phil Clark to handle the permanent sealing of your misdemeanor is the most important step to expediting this process. Every misdemeanor has it's own background, therefore it must be handled differently. Call Phil Clark today at 303.444.4251 to receive a FREE consultation for your misdemeanor and learn how we can start taking steps to having your misdemeanor record sealed.
Determining your Eligibility for Misdemeanor Sealing:
In Colorado only certain individuals are eligible for misdemeanor expungement, but majority of all juvenile records are able to be expunged. Call Phil Clark Law NOW at 303.444.4251 to have your case heard and determine if you are eligible for misdemeanor sealing. When your case is being reviewed through the process of adjudication, the court will send you a letter with your court date if your case has been determined to be eligible.
Steps to Petitioning for Misdemeanor Sealing:
The process for petitioning for misdemeanor sealing is very complicated, it is highly recommended that you contact an experienced Boulder lawyer and have them first determine your eligibility for expungement, and then assess your case to take the necessry steps toward correctky filing the proper paperwork.
Don't live with convinctions from past mistakes. It is your right to petition to have your misdemeanors sealed from your personal records.
Call Phil Clark Law Now for a FREE consultation at 303.444.4251 to have your case heard and petition to have your misdemeanor sealed from your personal records forever.
Laws pertaining to expungement and record sealing is dependent upon state laws. To be better informed on what your states laws are, you should contact a lawyer.