Arvada, Lakewood Criminal Record Expungement Attorney For Misdemeanors Expands

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Through this enhanced service, clients can have their criminal records sealed so they are no longer accessible to the public. By doing so, they are less likely to face discrimination when applying for work, housing, or loans.

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Atty. Warren Price, who leads the practice, says those who are convicted of misdemeanors, have committed a crime as a juvenile, or have had their convictions reversed are eligible for record expungement. Clients can expect hands-on service and step-by-step guidance during the application process.

According to research, an individual with a criminal record is 50% less likely to receive a callback or job offer than an applicant without one. Furthermore, about a third of those convicted of a non-violent felony experienced job loss or a reduction in wages.

Murphy & Price LLP understands that a criminal record can have lifelong consequences, which is why it lends its expertise so clients can have a fresh start.

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Atty. Price and his team can also help clients who have successfully completed a diversion program or those whose convictions have been pardoned by the state governor. He adds that many first-time offenders can also have their records sealed, especially if the crime is fairly minor (such as shoplifting).

In addition to clearing the way for employment and housing, having a criminal record expunged can enable someone to freely travel abroad again. It can also remove a major hurdle for immigrants who are applying for permanent residency or citizenship.

To help clients better understand the legal procedure for criminal record expungement, Murphy & Price LLC offers no-obligation preliminary consultations. Prospective customers may schedule an appointment by calling the office or by using the signup form on the website.

Atty. Price says: “A criminal record can follow you for years, even after you have served your sentence. It can make it difficult to get a job, find housing, or even get a loan. Expungement is the process of clearing your criminal record, and it can be the second chance you’ve been waiting for.”

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Murphy & Price LLP

10 Boulder Cres St
# 301

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