LEAVE YOUR PAST BEHIND
People without a criminal record make 40% more income on average than those with a criminal record. This adds up to over $700,000 in lifetime earnings.
Did you know you could clear your criminal record with something called an expungement? No, it’s not magic, but it sure feels that way!
The best part is you can get everything taken care of without emptying your wallet. Our lawyers make the process easy and affordable by taking care of all the messy work. With a experienced expungement lawyer by your side, you’ll be sure that nothing goes wrong. Take the first step to a second chance by getting a free consultation.
It was great that my son did not have to appear in court, since we no longer live in the state of New Jersey. I appreciate what you have done and thank you.Cheryl C. From Chester
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We make the Expungement process easy and affordable by taking care of all the messy work.
Take our free online eligiblity test to find out if you qualify for a New Jersey Expungement today.
An expungement is a second chance. Expunged criminal records are isolated and cannot be accessed by the public or employers. If asked about your criminal history, you can deny ever being arrested. It’s almost like the offense never occurred.
In New Jersey most charges can be expunged, including shoplifting, theft, assault, drug possession, and more. If your case was dismissed or you were found not guilty, you can expunge your arrest record immediately. To find out if you’re eligible, please take our free eligibility test.
The NJ expungement process typically takes 3-4 months due to court delay. Unfortunately, NO ONE can speed the process up. Since the courts work on a first-come first-serve basis, it’s best to start as soon as possible.
No. Most people do not have to go to court and the entire process is handled via mail. The only type of case that raises a red flag are intent to distribute convictions where the drug in question is marijuana over 50 grams or another substance.
A lawyer will get your criminal record (if you don’t already have it) and use it to write an expungement petition. Then they will file the petition on your behalf and take care of any correspondence with the court. They will represent you if there is an objection and work towards getting the expungement granted. All you have to do is sit back and begin you new life without a criminal record.
The cost of an expungement depends on how complicated the case is, but most cost between $500 and $1000. Most lawyers accept payment plans and will work with you to determine a fair and affordable rate.