Infraction Expungements

Infractions are considered to be less serious than a misdemeanor or felony conviction. Unfortunately they are still visible on background checks and can prevent you from gaining employment. You think that little petty theft charge from your past will get in the way of a big payday?

It it common thought that infractions on your record get automatically removed after time or in some cases don’t show up…THIS IS FALSE.

FACT IS is that the vast majority of employers do background checks everyday and if you have an infraction on your record they will see it.

In the competitive job market that exists today, your criminal infraction has a very serious possibility of negatively impacting your marketability.

Here are some common pesky infraction charges that can mess up your record

  1. Petty theft
  2. Marijuana Possession
  3. Disturbing the Peace
  4. Trespassing
  5. Fraud
  6. Illegal Purchase of Alcohol
  7. Failure to Appear In Court

Although not in most cases not serious, yet infractions can still be embarrassing and affect you and your family future. Why have them sit there?

Once the infraction is successfully expunged by the court you can truthfully tell employers, your family, and all other interested parties that you have not previously been convicted of a crime.

Here is a list of the requirements to qualify for infraction expungement in all three requirements must be met:

  1. You must have satisfied all the requirements of your sentence (fines, restitution, mandatory programs, community service, classes, etc.).
  2. You are not currently charged with another criminal offense, on probation for another criminal offense, or serving a sentence for another criminal offense.
  3. The infraction cannot be a vehicular infraction.

An experienced attorney will handle your felony expungement case from beginning to end. NOT ONLY WILL YOU BE ABLE TO LOGIN ANYTIME AND SEE YOUR CASE STATUS but you will have someone live to answer questions 24/7

The average case, once filed with the court, can take 6 - 12 weeks depending on the courts and how backed up they are. In almost all cases you will not be required to appear at any court hearings, as we appear and argue on your behalf. Our focus and expertise in California felony expungements ONLY allows us to offer our services at the lowest prices guaranteed, meaning there will never be any surprises with the costs, EVER.