Jackson, TN Expungements Lawyer
Giving Clients a Fresh Start in Madison County
One of the most challenging consequences of a criminal conviction to overcome is a stained criminal record. Sometimes having a criminal history makes it very difficult to successfully apply for employment, housing, education, or professional licenses. The solution to this problem is expungement.
At the Law Office of Marcus A. Lipham, our skilled legal team handles all forms of criminal record expungement in Jackson. Expungement is the legal process of removing and destroying a person’s public criminal records. If you qualify, our criminal defense lawyer can effectively guide you through the process of wiping your record clean of arrests, dismissed charges, and convictions.
Determining If Your Offense Qualifies
If you are interested in learning if your record qualifies for expungement in Tennessee, our firm can help.
The process for determining your eligibility involves three simple steps:
- Step 1 – fill out an evaluation request form and receive an email from our firm with instructions about how to get your evaluation started
- Step 2 – pay a small evaluation service fee and receive notification of your eligibility within 3-5 business days
- Step 3 – if you are eligible, we prepare the necessary documents and guide you through the process of filing for expungement
What Happens After My Record Is Expunged?
When the expungement process is complete, a person is restored to the condition he or she was in prior to the arrest or charge. From a legal standpoint, the offense that has been expunged never happened. That means if an employer asks you on an application about a previous arrest, you are legally permitted to not disclose information about the expunged arrest.
To put it plainly, having your record expunged really does give you a fresh start. The Law Office of Marcus A. Lipham wants to help you achieve this goal.
Begin the process by filling out an evaluation form today, or reach out to our Jackson expungement attorney at (731) 207-4488 for answers to all of your questions.
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