Englewood Expungement Lawyer
Clearing Criminal Records in NJ for 25+ Years
In New Jersey, a conviction for a criminal offense need not necessarily
stay on your record forever. In many circumstances, the expungement process
can be used to clear your record of a conviction for a previous offense.
Why Pursue Expungement?
Criminal convictions can result in very practical problems. Once your record
is expunged you no longer need to list convictions on job applications.
You no longer need to worry about being rejected for school loan applications.
Your immigration status may no longer be threatened. And if you are (or
may end up) in a high-profile position like an elected office, you need
not worry about the exposure of your conviction once it is expunged.
If you have been convicted of a crime and wish to learn more about possibly
having it expunged, contact the law office of Alan M. Liebowitz, Esq.,
LLC in Englewood, New Jersey. Attorney Alan Liebowitz has practiced criminal
law for over 25 years and has successfully obtained expungements for dozens
of New Jersey residents and residents of other states who were convicted
of a crime in New Jersey.
Have you been convicted of a crime?
Contact us for help in clearing your criminal record or sealing your arrest history.
Common Eligible Crimes
Numerous criminal charges are eligible to be considered for expungement.
Commonly expunged convictions include:
If you no longer have your conviction paperwork, do not worry. We can obtain
it for you. In fact, we can usually expunge records without even one client
visit to our office—it can often be done over the phone and through
E-mail. For a no-charge discussion of your expungement questions, contact our firm.
Contact Our Firm
If you are interested in having a conviction expunged, contact the Bergen,
Hudson, and Passaic County law office of Alan M. Liebowitz, Esq., LLC. We offer
free initial consultations, return calls immediately, are available 24 hours a day, represent Spanish-speaking
clients and are conveniently located near the George Washington Bridge
and the Lincoln Tunnel.
To speak with an experienced lawyer, call (201) 340-9338.