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Why should you pursue expungement?

In Ohio, many job, apartment and license applications ask if you have been't convicted of a crime. When you answer yes, your application may be automatically rejected. It is unlikely that you will get hired, be given a license or accepted to rent an apartment if you have a criminal record. Because of this, some people are allowed to seal records.

If you are asked to appear as a witness in court, the jury may not consider a reliable source of information if you have been convicted of a crime. Your testimony may not be taken seriously and your reputation may be permanently marred. Once your record is sealed, certain individuals and entities will be able to look at it.

For example, law enforcement agencies, prosecutor's and other agencies may be allowed to look at your record. If you commit another crime, your record may be held against you during sentencing. For example, if you were convicted of drunk driving but had your record expunged, your second DUI probably won't be sentenced as a first offense. You may be treated as a repeat offender.

The Koffel Law Firm - Ohio Expungement Attorneys

If you're hoping to have your recorded sealed, an attorney from the Koffel Law Firm may be able to give you the legal assistance you need. We are experienced in a multitude of legal practice areas and may be able to help you get your criminal record expunged. At the firm, we can help you through this legal process in any Ohio county. Although we primarily work in Columbus, Ohio, we understand that people across the whole state need legal assistance. To see what an attorney from our firm can do for you, call us today. The sooner we hear from you, the sooner we can help. Remember, The Koffel Law Firm is able to help clients file for expungements in all 88 Ohio counties. Don't hesitate to contact a Columbus expungement attorney from our firm!