how can i seal my criminal record in ohio?
Having a prior conviction for a criminal offense can be very embarrasing for an individual to admit to. For most individuals it results from a terrible mistake that he or she committed at a young age. In addition to the embarassment that a criminal conviction has to an individual, it also may have long term consequences and hinder your ability to obtain future employment. Unfortunately, in today's economy, a criminal conviction may make you ineligible for certain types of employment. In addition to affecting your ability to obtain future employment, a criminal conviction may affect your acceptance into certain graduate degree programs and professional degree program. Simply stated, a criminal conviction may have lasting consequences that will follow you for the rest of your life.
My name is Daniel A. Perry, and I am a criminal defense attorney practicing throughout southwest Ohio including Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus and the surrounding communities. The most common question I hear from individuals concerned about their criminal record is "what types of criminal convictions can be sealed?" Click here to learn about the various criminal offenses that you are eligible to seal in Ohio!
However, there is more information to know than just what criminal convictions can be sealed in Ohio. Some of the common questions include "how many criminal offenses can be sealed," "what are the time limits on sealing a criminal offense," and "can I seal a felony conviction?" Click here to learn the answers to all of your questions about sealing your criminal record in Ohio.
In addition to questions regarding how to seal your criminal record, Daniel A. Perry, Attorney at Law provides legal representation to individuals charged with a variety of criminal offenses. If you have been charged with a crime in Ohio, explore Daniel A. Perry's Ohio Criminal Defense Blog by clicking here, or contact Daniel A. Perry, Attorney at Law with your question directly by using the contact form to the left.
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