Criminal Records Holding You Back?

Web Home IMGMany people made mistakes when they were young.  Some of those mistakes lead to a criminal charge in Pennsylvania that has created problems with employment, housing and education

This website is dedicated to helping those people learn exactly what is on their record, and whether it can be cleared through the use of expungements and pardons.

Many people may know they have a criminal history but don’t know exactly what’s on it or when it can be erased. I am a former prosecutor with 25 years of experience reviewing criminal records. Many records can be cleared by statutory and constitutional processes that I am familiar with.

  • The first step is to request your Pennsylvania Public Record from by calling or emailing.
  • The record can then be reviewed to see what can be expunged or pardoned – and you will be on track to move forward!

To remove the criminal record of: 
• A summary conviction over five years old
• An underage consumption conviction
• A juvenile record (under certain criteria)
• An ARD disposition (such as first offense DUI)
• A Section 17 disposition (for a small amount of marijuana, perhaps)
• Charges that have been dismissed, withdrawn or nol-prossed

• A conviction that has been pardoned

To release (a person) from punishment; exempt from penalty: a convicted criminal who was pardoned by the governor.
• Exemption of a convicted person from the penalties of an offense or crime by the power of the executor of the laws.
• An official document or warrant declaring such an exemption.
• Where there are other convictions – summary, felony or misdemeanor.

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