Santa Rosa Expungement Attorney
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Santa Rosa criminal defense attorney, I walk my clients through the expungement process and do everything I
can to help them get the clean record they deserve My name is Joe Bisbiglia,
founding attorney of The Law Office of Joe Bisbiglia. When you work with
my firm, you can have confidence knowing your case is in experienced hands.
Reasons to choose my firm:
- 15 years of experience
- Thousands of cases handled
- Proven results in and out of court
- Phone case evaluations
When you have a criminal or arrest record, it can have seriously negative
consequences on your life and your reputation. Unfortunately, even the
smallest criminal charges or conviction can follow you around for the
rest of your life. You could have difficulty securing a job, housing,
or even going back to school. But what if there was an option for you
to clear your record and basically have everything erased?
In order to obtain a dismissal, you must meet the following requirements:
- You are not on probation currently
- You are not being charged with a different offense
- You obtained early release or have successfully completed the probation process
- You paid all reimbursements, restitution, and fines ordered by the court
Can you help with my case?
As a defense attorney, I know the devastating and long-lasting effects
of a criminal conviction, and this is why I always encourage my clients
to contact my firm as soon as possible after they have been charged. If
you have met all the requirements for expungement and are ready to pursue
a clean record, be sure to give my firm a call right away. I am more than
prepared to work with you to get your record expunged.
How To Get An Expungement in CA
In California, a criminal record is not actually expunged. While expungement
implies complete erasure, a more fitting term is "dismissal."
If you were convicted of an infraction, a misdemeanor, or a felony and
were not sentenced to state prison, you can petition for a dismissal.
If you never received probation, you must meet the following requirements:
- You were convicted of a misdemeanor or an infraction
- At least one year has passed since your conviction
- You are not currently serving another sentence
- You are not being charged with another offense
You are still eligible for a dismissal if you received probation but did
not get an early release or did not fulfill all the conditions of your
probation, but the court will have full discretion over this.
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When seeking employment, it can be detrimental to have to reveal that you
have been convicted or charged with a crime. With an expunged or dismissed
record, you can move forward with your life and enjoy a clean slate. You
can truthfully answer "no" to potential employers who ask about
While the process may seem complicated, you can have confidence knowing
that my firm is on the job. Let me put my experience, insight, and legal
understanding to work for you today!
Contact my office
to arrange a phone consultation to discuss your eligibility!