What Is an Expungement?

expungement criminal recordExpungement is a procedure designed to permanently remove all or part of the record on a criminal court case. The procedure varies from state to state based on the statutes created by the state itself. In addition, the adverse finding or disposition (guilt) is removed by withdrawing, vacating, annulling or setting aside the finding of guilt thereby expunging the conviction from the records.

Some types of criminal records that can be expunged are as follows:

Theft, Grand theft, Possession of Marijuana or other Controlled Substances, Shoplifting, DUI, Domestic Violence, Assault, Battery, Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Receiving Stolen Property, Robbery, Burglary, Prostitution, Indecent Exposure, Solicitation and many more…

expunging recordsThis is why it is so important to see your ELIGIBILITY. This is what we do here at FindMyRecord.com We don’t only issue you a report of your criminal record history, but actually investigate in the courts and state laws to see if YOU are eligible to have record(s) expunged (removed). Every state is different in the requirements or procedures for expungement. Taken into account is the type of offense as well as the severity of the criminal convictions and the amount of time that has passed since the most recent conviction. www.findmyrecord.com provides you with what you will need to complete the expungement process. The first step is to order your criminal record. After that process is completed, an eligibility assessment will be provided (if it is requested) and the process begins. We will provide you with a LIVE specialist to walk you through the expungement process until your records (if eligible) are completely removed. That is our commitment to you!