Learn More About Clearing Your Record Through An Expungement

An expungement is a civil action that seeks to completely remove or seal records of your previous criminal arrests or convictions from the eyes of the public. Even in cases where you were found not guilty of accusations against you, an employer may be able to see a record of your arrest. To protect yourself from embarrassment and keep your prior arrest information private, contact The Goldberg Law Firm in Cleveland. We have over three decades of experience defending clients' privacy and helping them move their life forward in a positive direction.

Can I Get My Record Of Misdemeanor Offenses Expunged?

In the state of Ohio, our lawyers may be able to seek expungement for our clients with a record of arrest for a misdemeanor charge. These cases may include drug-related crimes, some sexual-related offenses, DUIs and more. However, under state law, the following offenses typically cannot be expunged:

  • Voyeurism
  • Prostitution
  • Public indecency
  • Forfeiture of bail in a traffic case
  • Some motor vehicle offenses
  • First-degree misdemeanors except for rioting, assault and inducing panic
  • Crimes where the victim of a first-degree misdemeanor was under the age of 18

Call our firm to speak to a lawyer and determine if your criminal record, including some felony charges, may be eligible for expungement under Ohio state law.

Experienced Attorneys Ready To Help With The Complex Expungement Process

The process to clear your record in the state of Ohio is complex. There is no need to navigate the process alone. Call our firm and let our lawyers help you through the process and scrutinize every detail. We will help you complete the required paperwork and aggressively represent you at court hearings.

Contact Our Lawyers To Protect Your Reputation

If your case was dismissed, or you were found not to be guilty of a crime, a prospective employer could locate a police report or other records during a background check. Protect your reputation and secure your future with the help of our lawyers. Contact our office at 216-592-8719, or send us an email to set up a date for your free consultation to determine if we can help clear your slate.