If you have been arrested, accused or convicted of a crime, you may be able to clear your criminal record through expungement. Whether expungement is granted in Pennsylvania is at the judge’s discretion, based on the facts of a case. When seeking expungement of your record, your case can benefit from the advice and guidance of an experienced criminal lawyer.
At Bentley, Gibson, Kopecki, Smith, P.C., our attorneys have extensive experience with all types of crimes and knowledge of the criminal justice system. This includes all aspects of the expungement process. We can help to examine the nature and age of your criminal records to determine if they will qualify for expungement.
Typically we can examine:
- Arrest records
- Plea agreements
- Misdemeanor offenses and convictions
- Summary offenses
We will provide you with an honest assessment of your chances for expungement and, if you qualify, we will assist you through every step of the process.
Straightforward Advice And Guidance Regarding Gun Rights
In many cases, a criminal record can prohibit you from owning a firearm, either for hunting or protection. Although it varies case by case, you may be able to have old crimes expunged from your record, enabling you to own personal firearms or hunt again.
Our experienced attorneys will thoroughly review your criminal record and situation to provide you with straightforward and honest feedback regarding your ability to restore your gun rights. If it is possible, we will work diligently to have your records expunged and work through any required processes to obtain a gun license.
Contact Our Firm For A Free Consultation
Call us at 610-685-8000 to talk to an attorney about expungement of your criminal record. Or, if you prefer, send us an online message and tell us about your case. Initial 30-minute consultations with our attorneys are free.