It can be hard to get a job or move on with your life if you have a previous criminal conviction hanging over your head. An experienced defense lawyer can help you get an expungement of your previous conviction. At the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt Esq., we help clients who want to turn their lives around, starting with expungements of convictions of arrest records.
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Expungements and the sealing of criminal records give individuals throughout Middlesex, Monmouth, Somerset, Ocean, Union and Mercer counties the chance to get a fresh start after they have paid for their crime. Different convictions carry different time requirements. Depending on the seriousness of your charges, you will face different obstacles when it comes to getting an expungement, but we can help you take appropriate action.
Depending on the seriousness of the charge, a conviction, guilty plea or arrest can be expunged after a certain amount of time. If you have finished your sentence and met the standard time requirement, you could get the expungement you deserve. From assault charges to drug offenses, we help clients throughout the state of New Jersey achieve an expungement after their criminal conviction:
- Drug offenses
- Assault crimes
- Theft and property crimes
- Sexual assault
As a consumer-friendly firm, we understand that it is our job to help our clients get things done. We will answer your questions throughout the expungement process and be your resource until we achieve the results you deserve. With over thirty years of criminal defense experience, we are familiar with all New Jersey courts.
Contact a Middlesex County, New Jersey Criminal Attorney
Do you think that you might be eligible for an expungement? We can answer your questions and help you get answers. With offices in East Brunswick and Freehold, we are ready to assist clients throughout New Jersey. Contact us today and find out what you have to do to get an expungement or criminal record sealing.