California Infraction Expungement Attorneys for the LGBT Community
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Infraction Expungement Attorneys in California
California law allows a Pride Legal Expungement Attorney to file a petition for expungement on behalf of the individual convicted of an infraction. If granted, your expungement will override your original conviction, giving you the confidence you need. Once granted, your expungement gives you the power to legally declare you have never been convicted of an infraction. Like magic, your infraction is permanently erased from your record, giving you a clean slate to continue living your life.
Of qualified candidates for expungement, Pride Legal attorneys have reported a PERFECT record of granted expungements filed.
Pride Legal concentrates in California infraction expungements, giving you the peace of mind necessary when handling any legal case. Do not hesitate to seek an expungement. Your clean slate awaits.
Am I qualified for an infraction expungement?
You must meet the following three requirements in order to qualify for an infraction expungement in California:
- Paid or served all necessary requirements of your sentence, including fines, community service, classes, restitution, etc.
- You are not currently being charged with, serving a sentence, or on probation for a separate criminal defense
- The infraction must not be a vehicular infraction
Common Infraction Expungements
Pride Legal’s Expungement Attorneys typically receive the following types of infraction expungement cases:
- Disturbing the Peace
- Failure to Appear In Court
- Illegal Purchase of Alcohol
- Marijuana Possession
- Petty theft
If your petition for an expungement is granted, the state of California will no longer consider you to be convicted of an infraction. Your criminal record will now show the case as “dismissed” rather than as a conviction. Once expunged, you can legally tell your employer, family, or anyone else that you have never been convicted of an infraction.
Once my infraction is expunged, can I legally say I have never been convicted of an infraction?
You can legally and honestly state that you have never been convicted of an infraction when applying to jobs in the private sector, but not in the public sector. In the public sector, you must still admit your conviction when asked whether you have ever been convicted of a crime. However, you can note that the case was expunged.
Will my petition for expungement be granted?
Your infraction expungement is completely at the judge or district attorney’s discretion, so always be composed, respectful, and polite in any legal setting.
Pride Legal’s network of independent LGBT attorneys is heavily experienced in California expungement cases. If you have been convicted of an infraction and want a fresh start at life, consult a Pride Legal LGBT Expungement Attorney today!
Will my infraction conviction still be shown on criminal background checks?
No. After 30 days of your expungement being granted, all criminal background checking websites and platforms will be updated to present your accurate, up-to-date criminal record.
Pride Legal’s Refined Method
Pride Legal has a unique, refined method when filing expungements, giving us our 100% success rate of received granted expungements for qualified candidates. Pride Legal’s Expungement Attorneys understand the unique aspects of every case and therefore form a plan to fit your specific needs. No method is one-size-fits-all, and Pride Legal’s Expungement Attorneys understand that.
Contact Pride Legal
If you or a loved one is seeking to expunge their infraction, we invite you to contact us at Pride Legal for legal counseling or any further questions. To protect your rights, hire someone who understands them.
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