Get your record expunged in Louisiana.
No person should be defined by his or her worst moment. If you were sentenced under Article 893 or 894, or if it has been five years since your last misdemeanor conviction or ten years since your felony conviction, you may be eligible for an expungement. An expungement, according to Black’s Law Dictionary, is a process by which record of criminal conviction is destroyed or sealed from the state or Federal repository.
Call today to set up a consultation and see how to start over with a clean slate.
Your consultation fee can be applied to the cost of your expungement, if eligible.
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