Remove My Arrest

Seal or Expunge Your Criminal Background Record and
Pass a Background Check or Public Records Search 

  • What Is Criminal Record Expungement?

Criminal record expungement is the process of removing records of arrest, detention, or conviction from public view. so that the individual can be considered for employment, housing, education and other benefits.The process of expunging a criminal record can vary by jurisdiction. The most common types are: “vacating” (removing or cancelling) a conviction, “expungement” (making less accessible or visible) of arrest records and “sealing” ( keeping out of public use) of arrest records.The United States has no blanket expungement law, but each state and local jurisdiction has its own set of laws for the expunging or sealing of criminal records.

A criminal record can be expunged if the person has been found innocent or if the charges against them have been dropped. They may also be eligible for an expungement if they have been convicted but have received a pardon or have had their case deferred and then had the adjudication dismissed.

Exceptions to an expungement include felony convictions for sexual assault and aggravated robbery as well as any conviction that resulted in death or serious bodily injury. Therefor certain convictions may be difficult for felony expungement.


  • Effects of Having a Criminal Record

Your life changes the moment you are arrested.  Even if you were not convicted of a crime, society looks at you as if you are guilty.  When your criminal record appears in the court records system or the law enforcement database, this is a major strike against your character.  Removing the criminal record from public databases is a huge step towards protecting your rights and reputation.

  • Has your sealed arrest been revealed during an employment screening / background examination?
  • Have you been denied job opportunities because your sealed arrest record was uncovered by a 3rd-party data vendor?
  • Has your rental application or any other application been turned down because your sealed arrest record appears in 3rd-party background searches?
  • Did you think that sealing or expunging your record would solve all your problems?     Think again.

When you seal or expunge a criminal record, the record does not show up on a criminal background check.



How Does Sealing or Expunging a Criminal Record Help You?

If you have ever been arrested, you may or may not realize the full extent of damage that this criminal record can cause to your life.  You can lose your job, not be hired, be rejected for mortgage loans, credit applications, pursuing business interests, and socially such as dating.  Any person or company conducting a background check can view your arrest record on the internet unless you get your criminal arrest record expunged!

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Seal or Expunge Your Criminal Record and Erase Your Arrest From a Background Investigation

If you qualify, we can seal or expunge your arrest record which will remove one criminal record from both the court records and law enforcement databases.  Your criminal record will be erased from public records.

Can Anyone Seal A Criminal Record?

Not everyone qualifies to have their criminal record sealed or expunged.  However, if you do qualify, sealing or expunging your criminal arrest record is one of the most important steps you can take to improve your life.

I Want to Clean and Lock My Criminal Record! 


STEP 1 – Do You Qualify to Seal or Expunge a Criminal Record? Here are the basic requirements:

  1. You must never have had a record sealed or expunged before (You get 1 shot at the apple in your life);
  2. You must not currently have a petition pending before another court asking for an criminal record to be sealed or expunged.
  3. You must not currently be under court supervision (probation, community control, etc.)
  4. You must not have been adjudicated guilty or pled nolo contendre to the charges you want to seal or expunge.
  5. If received a WITHHOLD OF ADJUDICATION to your charge, your offense must not be listed on the Am I Eligible page on this site.

STEP 2 – If you answered “NO” to all 4 questions, you will qualify.  Please call us to start the process of Sealing or Expunging your criminal record!



How Long Does It Take?

It takes at least 5 months to seal or expunge your criminal record.  We cannot speed up the process, because the Department of Law Enforcement averages around 5 months to process the required paperwork.

However, the good news is, if you meet the qualifications and have the desire, you can seal or expunge your criminal arrest record!

Services Performed: 3rd-Party Public Record Cleansing

Sealing or expunging your criminal arrest record is a major step to regaining your life.  Many criminal background checks focus on the courthouse or law enforcement criminal records.  When you seal or expunge your criminal arrest record, the sealed criminal record will no longer appear in a search of the courthouse / law enforcement records. 

Unfortunately, there are 3rd-party proprietary searchable databases such as Accurint, Choicepoint, LexisNexis, and Intellius, that may have already captured your criminal arrest history in their proprietary searchable databases.


Thus, background checks performed with these companies still uncover your prior criminal arrest history.

Do you want to pass that background check? WE CAN HELP!

Expungement Costs

Criminal record expungement costs vary based on your location, the amount of charges that need to be removed, and the nature and type of records that need to be removed. Full record expungement can cost thousands of dollars. You should schedule an appointment or phone call to talk to a professional who can help you.

How much does Quick Clean cost and what Other Services do you provide? 

The fee for our Quick Clean services start at $600.00.

 Our Law Offices represents clients from anywhere in the United States by removing their sealed or expunged criminal arrest record from Accurint, Choicepoint, LexisNexis, and Intellius, these 3rd-party databases contain your criminal arrest history.

Our Law Offices can remove your sealed / expunged arrest history from 3rd-party data vendors.


Take Back your Privacy and Pass a Background Investigation!  


Third-party data vendors may have purchased your criminal arrest record history BEFORE your arrest record was sealed or expunged. Sealing or expunging your record from the court / law enforcement databases is only half the job.



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