If you've been charged or convicted of a crime in the past, it can have a serious impact on your life. An expungement erases any public record of a criminal charge or conviction. This makes expungements very important because they can prevent prospective employers and other people from finding out about the conviction. Although an expungement gets rid of any public record, law enforcement authorities will still have a private record relating to the charge. Tennesssee has a new law that makes it easier to expunge certain types of convictions.
If you have a record that needs to be expunged, give us a call to speak with an attorney.