Reno Expungement Lawyer
How to Seal Your Criminal Record
Many people genuinely made a mistake when they were arrested. Unfortunately,
that mistake can affect the rest of your life if you don't find a
way to deal with it. Sealing your record can make that mistake all but go away.
The Knowledge to Help Protect Your Future
Consulting with our attorney grants you access to a legal representative
who is highly esteemed and extensively experienced. Our legal team knows
what to look for and how to get the best possible results for your case.
To learn more about your unique circumstances, do not hesitate to consult
with our dedicated
Reno criminal defense attorney.
Expunged vs. Sealed
Expungement removes your record entirely from the system and essentially
pushes the reset button in terms of any strikes against you in the future.
Sealing a criminal record prevents anyone from accessing it without a
court order. Nevada does not allow expungement of your criminal record.
- Essentially, this:
- "Covers up" your alleged misdeeds
- Avoids any potential problems you might encounter when applying for jobs
- Prevents any restrictions on crossing certain international borders, which
can be very important if you travel for business or just want to take
a vacation outside the U.S.
Not every case qualifies for record sealing. It is important to have an
attorney who understands your rights and how the system works to get this
taken care of correctly. We review your situation and honestly let you
know if we believe we can successfully seal your record so you no longer
feel its negative effects.
Don't Risk Your Future! Find Out if Your Case Qualifies for Record Sealing
Call the Law Offices of Kenneth A. Stover at (775) 502-1575 today if
you want to know more about your options. We offer
free consultations. Every situation is unique; let us craft a unique appeal for you.