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Avoiding The Adverse Consequences Of A Criminal Record

Most arrests and convictions can be kept out of public view through the expungement process. If you do not need to report arrests or convictions of past criminal problems on applications for employment, housing or admission to universities, your chances of favorable action are significantly enhanced. The expungement process gives people the chance to move beyond a past mistake or misunderstanding.

Skilled Handling Of The Expungement Process

At the Law Offices of Kevin Kovacs, Esq., attorney Kevin Kovacs helps clients learn about expungement and the application procedure. He will first advise you about your eligibility for protecting your criminal records and then help you through the details of the application process.

  • Conviction of certain serious criminal offenses will not be eligible for expungement.
  • Most arrests and convictions will be eligible for expungement, whether or not they reflect indictable offenses, disorderly persons' offenses, juvenile convictions or charges that were resolved through conditional discharge or pretrial intervention.
  • Arrests not resulting in conviction can be expunged.

Find out whether and to what extent you can keep your criminal record away from public inspection through the New Jersey expungement process. Contact expungement attorney Kevin Kovacs at the Law Offices of Kevin Kovacs, Esq., in Somerville for additional information.