Were you charged with a criminal offense in your past and seeking clean slate? Are you currently charged with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs and worried about how a conviction will affect your record? You need a knowledgeable attorney to guide you through the expungement process and help you clear your criminal record in Pennsylvania.

I am Michael F. Dunn, Attorney at Law, and I have helped countless clients clear their criminal records through expungement. Since 1980, I have been defending clients from drunk driving charges, and I understand how a criminal charge can affect your record. I can help you seal your criminal record and start over with a clean state.

Contact Michael F. Dunn online or call me at 215-572-0955 to discuss clearing your record. I offer free initial consultations.

Understanding The Criminal Expungement Process In Montgomery County

Your criminal record may be expunged if you have participated in the accelerated rehabilitative disposition (ARD) program. Your criminal record may be eligible for expungement after you have completed your program and probation. Probation typically lasts a year but you may also need to complete community service or treatment. When the conditions of your program are completed, you will receive a letter letting you know you are eligible for expungement.

While the application to expunge your criminal record may seem simple, it is a detailed and lengthy process that requires the documentation to be exactly in the proper format. An error will cause delays or denial of the expungement of your DUI charge. Since a criminal record can affect future job or education opportunities, it is imperative that you to have a skilled attorney handle the paperwork for you.

Contact My Glenside Office To Discuss Expunging Your DUI

I can do the legal work for you and make sure your paperwork is properly completed from the beginning to the end. I will file the petition to expunge your record and make sure all the government agencies involved in your case remove all traces of your DUI conviction. I follow up with each agency to make sure all of the paperwork necessary to permanently clear your record has been submitted properly.

When you need help with an application to expunge a DUI, contact Montgomery County criminal defense attorney Michael F. Dunn online or call 215-572-0955 for a free consultation about expunging your record.