EXPUNGEMENT – ATTORNEYS IN VIRGINIA & MARYLAND
Were you charged by the police in Virginia or Maryland and then had the case dropped or dismissed? Then you may be eligible to have your arrest record or conviction sealed in Virginia or Maryland. The sealing of the record through a legal process is called an expungement.
If your criminal arrest or conviction is expunged after a certain amount of time has passed or you have completed all the conditions imposed on you by the Court, then your criminal charge or conviction may be erased as far as the police & justice system is concerned in Virginia or Maryland. The reasons why most people want to have an expungement in Virginia or Maryland are so that they do not have to disclose the arrest or conviction to a potential employer, attend an institution of higher learning or a government agency that does a background check of the person’s public records.
We handle expungements in Virginia & Maryland. If you wish to talk to one of our Virginia or Maryland attorneys about an expungement, please call us at 888-437-7747.
A Maryland or Virginia attorney of SRIS, P.C. will ask you some basic questions to help us decide how we can best help you.
After discussing with you about the particular facts of your case, an lawyer of our firm in Virginia or Maryland will be able to advise you of your options about an expungement.
We have client meeting locations in Virginia, Maryland & Massachusetts to better serve you.
Maryland: Rockville & Annapolis
If you wish to review some of the expungement laws of the states of Virginia & Maryland please click on the following links:
Our attorneys and staff in Virginia & Maryland speak the following languages in addition to English: Spanish, French, Arabic, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Cantonese, Mandarin and Malaysian.
Our attorneys who handle expungements are licensed to handle cases in Virginia, Maryland & D.C., however we handle expungements only in Virginia & Maryland at the present time.
Please click on attorneys to learn more about the expungement lawyers who assist clients with expungement matters in Virginia, Maryland or Massachusetts.