Expungement is the process of sealing arrest and conviction records. By law, arrests and convictions can be expunged in most states. Once an arrest or conviction has been expunged, it is not required to be disclosed to other parties like potential employers and landlords. Having an expungement in Will County is important to ensure that you have a clear record.

Working with a good Joliet record expungement attorney like the team at Chuck Bretz & Associates will help you determine whether or not you are eligible for expungement. Your record expungement attorney in Joliet will be able to answer the following questions:

  • Is your particular offense eligible for expungement in your jurisdiction?
  • When are you eligible for expungement in Illinois?
  • What does the expungement process involve?
  • What are the consequences of expungement?

Give Chuck & Bretz Associates in Joliet a call today at (815) 740-1545 to find out how we can help you expunge criminal record.

 
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