One mistake in your life shouldn’t hold you back from obtaining a job, professional license, or a home. At Taubman Law, we understand that people make mistakes and we are here to help them get back on their feet.
Before your record can be sealed, you must first receive a final discharge on your conviction. You are not eligible to seek expungement of a criminal conviction until after final discharge of your case.
There is also a time element involved with the expungement process. Applications for expungement can only be filed after the statutory waiting period set by the state. Ohio law states that individuals are ineligible to seek expungement until:
- One year after the final discharge of a qualifying misdemeanor charge
- Three years after the final discharge of a qualifying felony charge
The state of Ohio also names some convictions that cannot be expunged. These include OVI/DUI/DWI drunk driving offenses the majority of violent crimes and sex crimes.
Contact Our Law Firm about Expungements
Are you wondering if you’re eligible for expungement? Taubman Law if an experienced criminal defense firm that can help you prepare applications for expungement and represent you at your hearings, whether you need to attend your hearing or never need to appear at all.
We don’t simply view our clients are not viewed simply “defendants.” Each person is an individual with their own lives, families, and jobs, and Taubman Law offers each person with the respect that isn’t always offered in an impersonal criminal justice system. Contact Taubman Law today to talk to one of our lawyers about if you’re eligible for an expungement.