- Record Expungement: It’s Time for a New Future!
- Personal, Professional, Expungement Expertise
- Our National Reputation for Expungement Success
- Our California Record Expungement Process = Success
- Start Your California Expungement – Today
- California Expungements & Record Clearing FAQ Watch our YouTube Video: “California Expungement Myths & Facts” 5 Important Things to Consider Before Starting Your Expungement
Record Expungement: It’s Time for a New Future!
We all make mistakes. We all do things we are ashamed or embarrassed by. But when that mistake results in a criminal record, it can destroy your hopes for the future. In today’s economy, just one criminal conviction can make it hard to find employment or advance in your career. It weighs you down, destroys your hope, or just eats away at you with fear and embarrassment.
Personal, Professional, Expungement Expertise
For 30+ years, the Law Firm of Richard Glen Boire has been devoted to helping people move on after a criminal conviction in California. We think expungement is good for you and good for society.
We are a small client-centered professional expungement law firm, not a mass-market expungement mill. When we accept your California expungement case, you can put your mind at ease. We handle every aspect of your expungement, from the very start through the very last court hearing, all for a guaranteed fee with no BS.
Our National Reputation for Expungement Success
A successful expungement will improve the rest of your adult life. It’s not something to take lightly or to trust to the lowest bidder. A botched expungement wastes your time and money, but even worse, it can damage the rest of your life. If you’re serious about expunging the mistakes of your past, you owe it to yourself to invest in the very best California expungement law firm you can hire. We believe that’s us. Verify Our 1st Class California Bar Association Status.
We keep our promises, and our expungement fees are honest and straight forward. There are never any hidden costs or surprises. We stake our 30+ year reputation on every expungement case we handle. We will not let you down.
Our California Record Expungement Process = Success
Here’s exactly what we do: We go to court, re-open your old criminal case, and ask the judge to withdraw your old plea of guilty (or no contest), and enter a new plea of NOT GUILTY. We then ask the judge to DISMISS and VACATE your case. This is known as an “expungement.” We know how to present your case in a way that the judge wants to grant your expungement.
The Result: As soon as your conviction is expunged, you can lawfully answer that you have never been convicted of the crime. For government jobs, licenses, and law enforcement questions, you should disclose the case, but note: “Case Expunged Pursuant to California Penal Code, section 1203.4.”
How long does it take? In most cases, our law firm can file your expungement petition in court within 3 or 4 days. The judge usually holds a hearing about 45 days after we file. Of course, these times vary from expungement to expungement and from court to court. Rest assured, we do everything possible to speed your expungement along, but we never cut corners.
Start Your California Expungement – Today
With 30+ years of California expungement experience, we’re not only seasoned expungement experts, we’ve streamlined the process and know how to reduce costs. Our number one concern is winning your expungement case and making your future the best that it can possibly be. We do it once and we do it right.
We start every case by obtaining your official California criminal record. Mr. Boire then personally reviews your record and creates a custom expungement plan to achieve your goals. It’s money well spent.
You can start right now by getting your official California criminal record and Mr. Boire’s professional expungement plan by clicking the button below.
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“Thank you! …it couldn’t be any easier. It occurred to me right away that I wished I had done this much earlier. It would have saved me years of shame, frustration, and crummy low-paying jobs.” – S.O. Sacramento County
California Expungements & Record Clearing FAQ
Watch our YouTube Video: “California Expungement Myths & Facts”
5 Important Things to Consider Before Starting Your Expungement
Most crimes can be expunged “erased” or “cleared” if you completed probation successfully, including drug convictions, including those involving marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, MDMA (ecstasy), cultivation, manufacturing, possession for sale and drug sales. Theft crimes can also be expunged, including petty theft, grand theft, auto theft, joyriding, shoplifting, receiving stolen property, forgery, robbery, burglary,insurance fraud, credit card fraud, welfare fraud, and embezzlement. Sex crimes such as soliciting a prostitute, public indecency, public disturbance, can be expunged. Crimes of violence that can be expunged include vandalism, domestic violence, DV, assault, battery, assault with deadly weapon, bribery, terrorist threats, resisting arrest, and manslaughter. Driving under the influence, DUI, DWI, reckless driving, 23152, and wet reckless, can all be expunged. Contact our felony expungement team if you have successfully completed probation on a felony.
We expunge misdemeanor record and felony convictions in all counties, including: Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Imperial, Inyo, Kern, Kings, Lake, Lassen, Los Angeles expungements (offices), Madera, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Orange County expungements, Placer, Plumas, Riverside County expungements, Sacramento expungements (offices), San Benito, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, Tuolumne, Ventura, Yolo, and Yuba. If you need a California expungement lawyer, our offices are located in Los Angeles and near Sacramento, and we can expunge your conviction in any California County Court.