Criminal record clearing goes by many different names and refers to several different types of legal remedies.

Often referred to as an “expungement,” criminal record clearing can also include early probation termination, Prop 64 Marijuana relief, Prop 47 Reclassification, Reductions, Certificates of Rehabilitation, and much much more.

All the procedures, however, aim to either seal, destroy, or limit the consequences of a case record.

If you have a criminal conviction, then you already know how frustrating it can be to obtain a job, housing, or school loans. In fact, 72% of employers background check every new employee before they’re hired and some perform periodic background checks on existing employees. Additionally, a criminal offense will remain on your record for life until you proactively do something to limit its consequences.

Depending on which type of relief you are eligible for, it is also often a fairly simple legal procedure sometimes taking a little as one to three months.

If you have a criminal conviction, we understand how important your case is to you and work hard to make the process simple, transparent, and hassle-free. Join the thousands of clients that have expunged their criminal records with Lifeback Legal, your leading post-conviction relief law firm. Learn more about the expungement process on our Lifeback Legal website or take our free online eligibility test to determine which form of relief you qualify for and sign-up online today. You can also request a free consultation below.

Lifeback Legal is the criminal record clearing division of the Law Firm of Randall & Johnson. We are a full service Law Firm — from gathering documentation, hand-crafting petitions, and dealing with the headache of the Courts. We will appear on your behalf to show the Court that you deserve relief.


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