Do You Qualify For An Expungement In Kentucky?
There are many people who have seen their entire lives ruined due to a criminal conviction. They are unable to get financial aid for college, find a place to live or find an employer who is willing to take a chance on them. It can make for a very difficult struggle, all because they made a mistake at one point in their lives.
If you are in this situation, you may have been given a second chance. Recently, Kentucky has enacted a new expungement law that allows first-time felony offenders who committed a Class D felony to have their records cleared if they fit certain criteria. Gary Stewart, Attorney at Law, can help you take advantage of the benefits provided by this new rule.
What You Need To Know About The New Law
This program is not available to all first-time felony offenders. You must have been convicted of one of the Class D felonies that has been approved for the program, and you must have a clean record for five years after completing your original sentence. You also must pay a fee when requesting the expungement.
As your lawyer, I can walk you through the process and help you determine if this new law applies to your situation. I will complete all of the necessary paperwork that is required for the process, and will work with you to ensure that you are able to get that second chance that you deserve.
I know how much your life will change if we are successful in attempts to clear your criminal record. Know that I have over 25 years of experience in the legal system, and will do my best to ensure that your requests receive a fair review.
Find Out More About The Expungement Options Available To You
If you are in the Louisville, Kentucky, area and believe that you may qualify to receive an expungement of your criminal records, please call my office at 502-694-7243 or send me an email to arrange a consultation. I can help you with all aspects of the expungement process.