Expungement Attorney

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Do you need Expungement help with a prior mistake?

We’ve all made mistakes or done things we’ve later regretted. Sometimes those mistakes and regrets even result in criminal misdemeanor or felony convictions.

Jail time isn’t the only punishment for being a convicted felon. Some other punishments include loss of gun rights, exclusion from government housing, and lack of job opportunities.

Even though you’ve paid your debt to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, these additional punishments can prevent you from putting a roof over your family’s head or providing for them through a quality job.

Fortunately, Kentucky recognizes that certain misdemeanors and felonies should not hang over your head like a dark cloud for the rest of your life. In 2016, the law changed so that certain felonies could be expunged from your record.

To begin your expungement process, Peace Law will conduct a criminal background check to determine your eligibility for expungement.

If we determine that you are eligible, then we will file an application with the Kentucky State Police so that your eligibility for the expungement process can be confirmed.

Once Kentucky State Police confirms your eligibility, our firm will file your petition for expungement with the court.

If the court grants your petition for expungement, your criminal files are sealed, and the entire criminal case is treated as if it never happened.

These embarrassing events will no longer appear on a background search, and you can return to the life you lived before this case ever began.

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Here are some examples of expungement cases:

  • Possession of a controlled substance
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Receiving public assistance under false pretenses
  • Certain marijuana offenses
  • Cultivation of marijuana (1st offense)
  • Burglary (3rd Degree)
  • Criminal mischief (1st Degree
  • Public intoxication
  • Certain prescription drug offenses
  • Theft offenses
  • Forgery offenses
  • Tampering with physical evidence
  • Nonsupport and flagrant nonsupport for failure to pay child support
  • Theft of a legend drug worth $300.00 or less
  • Theft, criminal possession, trafficking, or unlawful possession of a prescription blank/prescription pad
  • Forgery of a prescription (1st offense)
  • Possession of a forged prescription (1st offense)
  • Criminal possession of medical records (1st offense)
  • Theft of medical records (1st offense)
  • Falsification of medical records (1st offense)
  • Fraudulent insurance act or breach of trust
  • Engaging in real estate brokerage without a license
  • Counterfeiting intellectual property
  • Filing an illegal lien (1st Offense)
  • Using a scanning device/re-encoder to obtain payment card information
  • Unlawful access to a computer that results in the loss or damage of $300.00 or more
  • Disclosure of information from a financial information repository
  • Operating a sham or front company
  • Sports bribery
  • Public servant’s misuse of confidential information
  • Institutional vandalism
  • Promoting gambling (1st Degree)
  • Conspiracy to promote gambling
  • Possession of gambling records (1st Degree)
  • Trespassing
  • Bigamy

Schedule a free consultation today with Peace Law to see if you have an Expungement case.