Expungement Attorney In Norman, Ok

Want To Clear Your Record? Work With a Highly Experienced Legal Team Today.

If you have a criminal record, you understand how difficult it can make your daily life. From applying to job positions to obtaining a loan or admission to college, a misdemeanor or felony conviction can severely limit your opportunities. Depending on the circumstances of your conviction, it may be possible to have your criminal record expunged, allowing you to move forward with your life.

A skilled Norman expungement attorney from the Law Offices of Keith J. Nedwick, P.C. can help you navigate the legal process and give you the best chance at having your petition for expungement approved. Our firm has more than 50 years of collective legal experience and has successfully expunged hundreds of records on behalf of our clients.

Let a firm with a reputation for obtaining favorable results represent your case. Call our criminal lawyers in Norman, OK at (866) 590-8173.

Are You Eligible for Expungement?

The expungement process can effectively erase or seal your criminal record, keeping the information from the general public and allowing you to leave off any information related to your arrest or conviction when applying for employment. If you received a deferred sentence after pleading guilty or no contest and have met all the terms and conditions of your probation, it may be possible to seal your criminal record under § 991c of state law.

If your case did not involve probation, expungement or sealing may be an option if:

  • You faced charges for a crime, but were acquitted.
  • You did not face charges and the statute of limitations on the offense has expired.
  • You were convicted of a misdemeanor / non-violent felony 10 or more years ago.
  • You are not facing charges for any other offenses or convictions.
  • Police arrested you, but did not charge you within one year of that arrest.

In addition to the list above, other rare circumstances may also qualify you for expungement or allow you to get your records sealed. Our firm can explain more.

Call a Dedicated Criminal Firm You Can Trust

We understand how crucial it is to leave your criminal record behind you. That's why we work tirelessly on your behalf to help you reach the outcome you need. We never take shortcuts when working with our clients. Rather, all of our experienced Norman criminal defense attorneys collaborate on each case as we work toward the optimal strategy for that clients' situation.

When you choose our firm, you receive the benefit of multiple lawyers. Schedule a free case evaluation to learn more about how we can make a difference for your case. Don't handle the expungement process alone—contact our firm for the legal assistance you need.

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