Using The Law To Clear Your Record
A past arrest or criminal conviction can come back to haunt you in unexpected ways. Having a criminal record can limit your future job options and ability to obtain professional license.
If you are eligible for expungement, however, your records may be cleared. Our criminal defense lawyers at Johnson & Johnson, Attorneys At Law, have extensive experience guiding clients through this complicated process. We understand how updates to New Jersey’s criminal laws affect your case and adapt our strategy to create a compelling argument in court.
Our firm’s co-founders, John Johnson and Sharon Johnson, have a strong background with area municipal courts. They will use this knowledge to identify an efficient approach to your criminal defense matter.
Providing Aggressive Representation For A Variety Of Convictions
We represent clients seeking to expunge records for violations that include:
- Juvenile offenses
- Municipal ordinances
- Petty disorderly or disorderly convictions
- Select drug offenses
- Qualifying felony offenses
In New Jersey, not all arrests and convictions can be expunged or sealed. One example is DUI. This is why it is necessary to speak with our lawyers to see if you meet state requirements.
If your record is expunged, your criminal record will be sealed and will not be visible to employers and others. When you are applying for a job or license application you do not need to disclose your arrest record or conviction. These are just a few of the benefits of an expunged record.
Our criminal defense team is dedicated to securing the best results according to your unique circumstances. Whether you are eligible to pursue expungement or other post-conviction remedies, we are the legal allies you can depend on to find effective solutions.
Do You Need To Clear Your Criminal Record? Contact Our Team Today.
New Jersey expungement laws have recently changed, so it is important to have your case reviewed according to these updated guidelines.