Sussex County Expungement Attorney

For those who have been arrested or convicted of a crime in Sussex County, there is a possibility that you can wipe this from your criminal record. New Jersey has in place a process called "expungement" through which you and your attorney can wipe the offense from your criminal record. Just because you have made some mistakes in your past does not necessarily mean they have to follow you around forever. With an experienced New Jersey criminal defense lawyer at your side, you can wipe eligible offenses off of your past.

New Jersey attorney Joseph Lento has nearly two decades of experience in the criminal justice system and can work hard to seal your criminal record whenever possible.

How to Get a "Clean Slate" in New Jersey

The State of New Jersey has set forth legislation that lets certain eligible defendants have their entire record wiped clean from past offenses. These defendants need to have no new criminal offenses committed within the last ten years. Additionally, they must also not have been convicted of certain "serious crimes" that are ineligible for sealing. If you are eligible, this provides a "clean slate" that allows you to move forward with your life. No longer will you have to live with the stigma and limitations of a criminal record. As part of this law, low-level marijuana convictions can also be wiped from your record, even as early as the end of the case.

Are you eligible for expungement?

Those with a criminal record that are eligible for expungement should certainly seek to seal their record. If you are someone who is eligible for expungement, the benefits can be massive. Whether you are eligible to have a specific offense sealed is a complicated question at times, but can be answered by an experienced expungement attorney in Sussex County. While certain offenses may not be sealed, especially if they are considered "serious" crime, you should not assume you are ineligible. An attorney can help you quickly determine if your case is one that can be wiped clean.

Juvenile Record Expungement in Sussex County

Juvenile records in New Jersey are eligible for total expungement. Juvenile offenses should not follow you or your child forever. Once the eligible juvenile defendant has completed his or her conditions imposed by the juvenile court judge, the case can be sealed by the judge. In other circumstances, it may require a few more steps by you and your attorney to make sure the case is properly sealed as permitted under the law.

This process is usually complicated to perform on your own, but with the help of your attorney, you can get an eligible case expunged.

Consult Sussex County Expungement Attorney

The court system in New Jersey can be incredibly complicated at times, and the minefield that is expungement shows this to be true. However, for an experienced attorney, this process will be much easier, and you can rest assured that your rights are protected throughout the process.

If you want to pursue expungement of a criminal record for yourself or your child, contact the Lento Law Firm today at (888) 535-3686.

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When it comes to criminal defense cases, you need the right person in your corner. To learn more about how Mr. Lento can help you, call the Lento Law Firm today at 888-535-3686. or contact him online.

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