Give the gift of freedom to a loved one!!! If you have tax refund in 2017 or want to give a great gift in the new year, think of expungement of a criminal record. Whether a gift to a family member or loved one or a gift to yourself, set yourself up to get the best job possible, obtain a CCW permit, purchase a firearm or simply rid the excess baggage by expunging your criminal record.
Kentucky has passed additional laws regarding expungement in 2016 which allows for expunge the following:
If you have been acquitted or gone through a diversion program, make sure to take the next step and have it expunged. It is not automatic, you need to file. The first step is to request a criminal background check. If you hire an attorney, they can assist you with each step. The criminal background check can take from 2 weeks to 2 months to complete and depend on the speed of AOC and KSP. (Administrative Office of the Courts and Kentucky State Police).
For consultation and fees, call Mike at the Bouldin Law Firm at 859-581-6453. Most cases are fixed fee. If you were convicted, there is a $100 fee for misdemeanors and $500 fee for felony expungements. Email email@example.com or call 581-MIKE.
Yes, you can now expunge certain felonies in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. In Kentucky, 61 specific felony convictions listed under the felony expungement statute may be expunged. These are Class D non-violent offenses, many of which pertain to drug possession or theft. Some of the eligible felonies are:
There are additional felonies which are not included in this list. Additional felonies not listed above may be expunged if:
Finally, the charge of possession of controlled substance in first degree, a Class D felony, may be voided. In accordance with KRS 218A.275, a voided conviction has the same effect as an expungement: the records are sealed and will not show up on background checks, the defendant will not have to disclose the record on employment applications, etc. Also, your gun rights will be restored after expungement is complete.
If you need help, contact the Bouldin Law Firm and discuss cleaning your record. An attorney can file for expungement on your behalf and aid you through the process efficiently. Contact Mike at 581-MIKE, 859-581-6453 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.