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MISDEMEANOR & FELONY EXPUNGEMENT

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Prices quoted are for Riverside County only!

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Misdemeanor Expungement starting at $450* 

All probation terms successfully completed. No violations.  Probation expired. 

* Prices quoted are for expungement of cases in Riverside County where all terms of probation were completed without violations of probation, where all fines are paid, and where probation is expired.  (see our information page)

FELONY EXPUNGEMENT starting at $800*

FELONY EXPUNGEMENT iNCL. REDUCTION TO MISDEMEANOR  starting at $1500*

Sentenced to probation. All terms completed without violations. Probation expired.

* Prices quoted are for expungement of cases in Riverside County, where all terms of probation were completed without violations of probation, where all fines are paid, and where probation is expired.  (see our information page)

* Felony reduction to misdemeanors only on qualified charges.

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What Expungements can and can not do for you!

  • An expungement allows you to reopen your criminal case, set aside the conviction and dismiss the case. As a result, your criminal record will no longer show the conviction.

  • However the expungement will continue to appear on your record. It is important to note that the expungement does not clear from your record the fact that you were arrested or that charges were filed.

  • Following a successful expungement, if a potential employer asks if you have ever been convicted you can honestly answer “no”. Keep in mind, though, that background checks typically go back 10 years, and employers can see that you had a conviction dismissed. Answering "No" may look dishonest. A better response may be "Yes, expungement granted."

  • If you are applying for a government job, a job that requires security clearance, or a job that requires a government-issued license, certificate or permit, the conviction will likely be discovered during the standard background check. You should disclose the conviction and expungement in these situations.

  • If you are applying for a government-issued license, certificate, or permit, you must disclose your conviction and expungement.

  • The conviction can still be used against you in future criminal proceedings and by the DMV for purposes of suspending or restricting your license.

  • A successful expungement does not relieve you of any prohibition on the ownership or possession of firearms resulting from the conviction.

 

When are you eligible or not eligible for a dismissal?

You are eligible for dismissal of a misdemeanor conviction, and the court will dismiss your conviction upon your request, if:

  • You received probation for that conviction and:

  • You successfully completed probation or obtained early release;

  • You also have paid all restitution and other payments that were ordered as a term of probation;

  • You are not currently serving another sentence or on probation for another offense; AND

  • You are not currently charged with another offense.

You never received probation and:

  • Your conviction was a misdemeanor or an infraction;

  • It has been at least 1 year since the date you were convicted;

  • You have complied fully with the sentence of the court;

  • You are not currently serving another sentence;

  • You are not currently charged with another offense; AND

  • You have obeyed the law and lived an honest and upright life since the time of your conviction. 

Convictions not eligible for dismissal:

 

If you were convicted of any of the following offenses, you are not eligible for a dismissal:

 

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