Indio Expungement Lawyer
Serving Clients throughout Palm Desert
California Penal Code Section 1203.4 outlines expungements of criminal records. An expungement, sometimes referred to as a “dismissal,“ discharges a person from the criminal conviction. It’s imperative to understand this penal code and the benefits that it may offer to those who have been accused and convicted of a crime, especially since it may potentially clear your criminal record. Learn more about whether or not you are eligible by contacting an Indio expungement lawyer at the Law Offices of Anastacio De La Cruz.
For some people, an expungement can make a huge difference in their future, opening doors to employment, professional licensing, housing, and loans. Expunging a conviction could prevent it from being used against you in criminal court and can help show rehabilitation in immigration court. Finally, you can feel better about your future.
Does Expungement Make My Criminal Charge Disappear?
Not all consequences of a criminal conviction are eliminated by Penal Code Section 1203.4 relief (many cases concerning immigration consequences for example require a motion to vacate as opposed to an expungment). Not all convictions qualify for this post conviction relief.
It is important to hire an attorney experienced in post-conviction relief to help determine whether Penal Code 1203.4 relief suits your case and stated goals.
Learn more about what to do next by calling (760) 610-0606.
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