Expunge Your Acquittal
Did you beat criminal charges at trial (a not guilty verdict)? If so, this is one of the rarest forms of justice in Oklahoma which is known as an acquittal. Are those charges still showing up on your arrest record or in a public search of your name? The attorneys at Bury Your Past can expunge the not guilty acquittal and help you clear your background. An expungement will prevent anything from showing up in future background checks. Consequently, this will help you in the future when it comes to obtaining a job or housing. Convictions from previous mistakes can be a nightmare to deal with. Bury Your Past expungement attorneys are here to help. Because you are eager to get back on your feet, you do not need anything hindering you from a better future.
An Oklahoma arrest can create criminal charges and countless hours in court. However, if you get acquitted at trial, you are eligible to clear those charges from your criminal history. In just a short time we can file for an expungement on your behalf. The expungement will completely remove your charges from public record. Most importantly, this is the biggest long-term benefit to a not guilty acquittal.
However, a not guilty verdict does not automatically drop off of a background check. As a result, the only way to clear your record and your good name is to hire an experienced expungement attorney to remove the arrest.
Fees To Expunge Your Acquittal
Bury Your Past charges a “flat” or “fixed” fee for this kind of expungement. Because we offer up-front pricing there are no surprises and no additional costs. Clearing your criminal history doesn’t need to contain monthly installments to a lawyer. Our offices keep it simple. Before you go anywhere else, find out what we can do for you.
Start Clearing Your Record
If you’d like to finally clear your trial court victory, please get in touch with our expungement lawyers here. Our expungement attorneys are always available to help you in your time of need. To sum it up, our job is to make this process as easy for you as possible since you have already worked hard to beat your charges.
Expunge an Acquittal in Oklahoma.