Clean your criminal record.
Free review and consultation!
Multiple new laws are now available to help the criminally accused clean up a criminal record, including laws that may help you:
1. Seal a record of arrest
2. Terminate probation
3. Reduce a drug or theft case from a felony to a misdemeanor
4. Expunge cases with a sentence served on probation, even if you did jail time
5. Expunge misdemeanor cases, even if you didn’t get probation
6. Expunge cases with a sentence of fire camp
Some of the new laws even allow a person who is in prison to have their charges reduced, which can result in an early release.
How do I get started? Send a text message to 805-616-2548 with your full name, birthdate, and the location of the court. We will have an attorney review your information and tell us how best to proceed. A paralegal will then get back to you with your options.
How much will this cost me? The initial consultation is FREE. The exact cost will depend on what forms of relief you qualify for. If it appears that you do not qualify for any relief, there is no charge.
If you qualify for any form of relief, we can help you with the paperwork, starting as low as $350.
We are not attorneys and do not represent people in court, but you can go to court by yourself, or we can introduce you to an attorney who can go to court with you. There is no charge for the evaluation, so there is no risk.
Can I call you to chat about my case? You are welcome to call, but only an attorney can give legal advice, so we cannot tell you whether you are entitled to relief. However, the attorneys will review your case for free, so you have nothing to lose by asking them to have a look.
Can I meet with an attorney? Yes. The attorneys charge for a personal consultation, and those consultations are done either on the phone or through Zoom.
How long does this take? It depends on what forms of relief you are entitled to, but most cases are resolved in about a month.
Get started today. Send a text message to 805-616-2548 with your full name, birthdate, and the location of the court.