GADSON & ASSOCIATES
Gadson & Associates has a collaborative arrangement with HIM By HER Foundation to provide fee-based legal services. Please
read below for more information about expungements.
WHAT IS AN EXPUNGEMENT
If you have a criminal record including convictions, and even charges that were dropped, that information is available to the public. In
general, an expungement seals eligible criminal charges and convictions from public disclosure.
WHEN YOU MIGHT NEED AN EXPUNGEMENT
Criminal records are a frequent cause of: 1) general character disparagement; 2) unemployment when potential employers discover
criminal background information; 3) disqualification from certain kinds of jobs; and 4) denial of home and apartment rental
WHAT IS THE EFFECT OF A SUCCESSFUL EXPUNGEMENT?
Successful expungements have the effect of: 1) sealing eligible criminal records from the general public; and 2) in most
circumstances, allowing you to legally declare that you have not been charged or convicted of the crimes expunged. In some cases,
where expungement is not eligible, it is still possible to restrict access to criminal records only to certain authorities, but not allow
access to the general public.
WHY USE OUR EXPUNGEMENT SERVICES?
Gadson & Associates provides experienced legal professionals who understand the expungement and criminal record sealing
processes, and we are able to navigate the sometimes complex legal terrain. Our rates are reasonable, and are typically flat rates for the entire process.
DON’T LET CRIMINAL RECORDS LIMIT YOU. CALL GADSON & ASSOCIATES TODAY (317-918-7799) FOR AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE IF YOU MIGHT BE A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR AN EXPUNGEMENT PETITION AND OTHER REMEDIES. WALK-INS ARE WELCOME. CALL FOR OFFICE HOURS.
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