Orange County Expungement Lawyer | Criminal Record Expungement Attorney California
For all of Southern California’s major jurisdictions: Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Kern, Tulare, Fresno and Ventura counties.
WHO WE ARE
The Law offices of Stull & Stull based in Laguna Hills, California focuses on criminal record expungements. We defend your right to be free, under the law.
WHAT WE DO
Our specialty is cleaning up your criminal record. We can help you minimize the impact of the mistakes of your past. We are devoted to help people like you.
WHY IT MATTERS
Anyone can find out anything about anyone, at any time. Any little mistake from your distant past can instantly resurface and harm you today. We can help.
CALIFORNIA EXPUNGEMENT SERVICES
Looking for Cheap Expungements?
We see a constant flow of former customers of quick and easy expungements merchants. We’ve have heard sad stories and even some tragic ones. We can confidently say that when you opt for the cheap route, not only are you risking your money, but you’re also risking your false confidence about what they will do for you.
Why clear your Criminal Record?
Your record is your life. It tells people a story about you that may be out of date. What if you’ve fully repaid your debt to society? What if the criminal charges were unfair or you lacked good legal representation? The People of California have created a way for you to clear your criminal record and enjoy the confidence of freedom.
What Prop 47 May Mean for You
No doubt about it, Proposition 47 (passed in 2014) is a major shift in the way the State of California now looks at certain California criminal offenses. The law automatically reduced classifications (a felony to a misdemeanor). In many cases, this makes it even easier to seek to have offenses eliminated completely from your record.
Expunge a DUI Conviction
The primary value of expunging a record of DUI conviction is for employment purposes. Once it has been expunged, a prospective employer may no longer hold the DUI against you in hiring or promotion considerations. Moreover, you no longer have to disclose the fact of the DUI conviction on job applications.
Expunge a Felony
You have the right to have your felony conviction expunged. When you contact our office we will look and see if you can have your felony first reduced to a misdemeanor. It helps to have successfully completed all the terms and conditions of your probation. When we’re done, your record will be clear.
Reduce Felony To Misdemeanor
Thanks to many recent changes in California Criminal law, you have the right to have your felony conviction expunged. If you plead guilty or no contest to a felony your life is not over. The first question we need to ask is can the felony can be reduced to a Misdemeanor? Do you qualify for a reduction by other means?
First Time DUI Conviction
In this case the defendant pled guilty to a DUI on 6-26-07. It never crossed his mind about the long term consequences of his criminal record until he was the subject of a background check for a very important employment opportunity. His mother called our office franticly to help him.
First Time DUI
In this case, our client pled guilty on October 22, 2014, to a Vehicle Code §23103(a) violation, commonly referred to as a wet-reckless. The court placed him on three (3) years of probation. His probation term was for 3 years and the court sentenced him to probation until October 22, 2017.
First Time DUI Conviction
In this case the defendant pled guilty and was convicted of a DUI in 2010.He contacted our office because the DUI and his probation status did not allow him to qualify for a TSA Pre Check Travel Pass. As a result he was not able to travel around the world with an approved TSA pass and had to wait in long airport security lines.
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We’re here to help answer your questions. Judicial matters can be complicated, our experts are on hand to help inform you of every aspect regarding your topic.
We take great pride in using our expertise for you and look forward to hearing from you.