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What Is An Expungement?

An expungement is a dismissal of a criminal conviction. It allows you to withdraw a guilty plea or verdict and vacate the underlying conviction.

Why Get an Expungement?

Subject to certain exceptions, an expunged conviction cannot be reported. In most cases, an expungement can significantly increase your chances of obtaining employment, housing, or other opportunities.

As not all criminal cases qualify to be expunged, please contact us for a free initial consultation.

Fee Schedule: 

Infraction Expungement

  • $400 Plus Filing Fees If Required By Court
  • Subject to 100% refund if unsuccessful. (Filing Fees Not Refundable).

Misdemeanor Expungement (No Probation Violation)

  • $400 Plus Filing Fees If Required By Court
  • Subject to 100% refund if unsuccessful. (Filing Fees Not Refundable).

Misdemeanor Expungement (Probation Violation)

  • $500 Plus Filing Fees If Required By Court
  • Subject to 100% refund if unsuccessful. (Filing Fees Not Refundable).

Felony Expungement (No Probation Violation)

  • $600 Plus Filing Fees If Required By Court
  • Subject to 100% refund if unsuccessful. (Filing Fees Not Refundable).

Felony Expungement (Probation Violation)

  • $800 Plus Filing Fees If Required By Court
  • Subject to 100% refund if unsuccessful. (Filing Fees Not Refundable).

DUI Expungements (All)

  • $700 Plus Filing Fees If Required By Court
  • Subject to 100% refund if unsuccessful. (Filing Fees Not Refundable).

Early Probation Termination (1/2 of Probation Term Must Have Been Served)

  • $800 Plus Filing Fees If Required By Court

Certificate of Rehabilitation & Pardon

  • $1,500 Plus Filing Fees If Required By Court

Juvenile Record Sealing

By law (California Welfare & Institutions Code Section 827) juvenile records are not accessible to employers and/or background check companies.

If you suspect that your juvenile records have been unlawfully disclosed, please contact us.

Diversion

Generally, no further action is required following successful completion of diversion. Under California Penal Code 1000.4(a), upon successful completion of diversion, the crime is treated as though it "never occurred" and it cannot be used "in any way that could result in the denial of any employment, benefit, license, or certificate."

If you suspect that you have been denied employment due to a conviction where you have successfully completed diversion, please contact us.