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Your Criminal Record Can be Cleared and Removed


You may be eligible for an immediate expungement of your charges or prior criminal record if any of the following apply to you:

  • You were found Not Guilty
  • Your case or charges were dismissed or dropped
  • Your were found Not Guilty of certain charges or certain charges were dismissed
  • You were a first time DUI offender and you completed the ARD program
  • You completed the ARD program for any criminal offense
  • You were found guilty, but are 70 years or older and have no arrests in the last 10 years
  • You were convicted as a juvenile, and have no arrests by the age of 21
  • You were convicted of underage drinking and are now over 21
  • You were convicted of a summary offense and five years have passed
  • NEW for 2016: Order for Limited Access. In February 2016, the Pennsylvania Governor signed into law SB 166 which provides for a Limited Access Expungement Order for convictions and guilty pleas of certain Misdemeanor 2 (M2) and Misdemeanor 3 (M3) offenses that are more than 10 years old

It may never be too late to correct your arrest and criminal record. An Expungement gives you a new chance at a full life by destroying information in your criminal record, including the police reports, court files, mug shots, fingerprints, and state computer depositories. Our firm has helped many people clear their records and restore their good names. We are ready to do the same for you.

Call us immediately for a Free Consultation for an Expungement (215) 750-8010

Pardons: Another Potential Source of Relief

For those who were actually convicted of a crime, the first step to clearing their record is to apply to the Pennsylvania Board of Pardons. After receiving a detailed and serial numbered application, the Board of Pardons will decide whether to pass the applicant on for a full Pardon Hearing. Our firm will help you prepare the Pardon Application, review the Application, and Represent you during the Pardon Hearing. Once your Pardon is Granted, you can proceed with the Expungement Process.

The Pardon Process is long and complicated. It can take up to three years from beginning to end. Our firm is very familiar with the details and requirements of the Pardon process. There are no guarantees with the Pardon process, but our firm will maximize your chances and present your case in the most effective manner.

The Pennsylvania Governor typically grants 100-200 Pardons per year. Get a Pardon TODAY!

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Your Criminal Record Affects Your Life


An arrest record will have a long term effect on your life. Even if the arrest happened long ago, it will still have devastating effects on your career options and your life, including:

  • Termination from employment
  • Loss of Job interviews
  • Ineligibility for student and business loans, and mortgages
  • Denial of Public assistance
  • Restrictions on where you can live
  • Right to carry a Firearm
  • Prohibited from coaching your child's activities