Our Post Conviction Services
- Restore Your Gun Rights
- Certificates of Rehabilitation
- California Pardons
- Felony Reductions
- Expunging Your California Conviction
- Sealing Records of an Arrest
- Sealing Records of a Drug Diversion (or DEJ) Case
- Expunging Your Marijuana Conviction under Prop. 64
- Reviewing & Correcting Your California Criminal Record
If you have been convicted of a felony (and some misdemeanors), you lose your gun rights for life. BUT, there are multiple ways to restore gun rights even after a felony conviction. We are experts at restoring firearm rights after a felony conviction. If your goal is to hunt and/or protect your family or your property, but you have a felony conviction on your record, Mr. Boire can review your situation and let you know exactly what can be done.
A Certificate of Rehabilitation restores just about all of your rights, and in many cases will end your duty to register. For most people, a Certificate of Rehabilitation is also the first step toward a Governor’s Pardon. Learn more about a Certificate of Rehabilitation.
We represent clients seeking a pardon from California’s governor. One major benefit of a governor’s pardon is that it is restores lost gun rights.
Some felony convictions can be reduced to misdemeanors prior to expunging them. The benefits are many, including you will no longer be a “felon” and it may restore your gun rights. Learn more about having us reduce your felony conviction.
Most of our clients come to us because of our national reputation as experts in expunging misdemeanor and felony convictions. Learn more about having us expunge your conviction, by reading our short expungement fact sheet, or have a look at our longer expungement FAQS below:
- California Expungement FAQ
- Special FAQ on Expungements for Nurses.
- Special FAQ on Expungements for Real Estate Agents.
- Special FAQ on Reducing and Expunging a Marijuana Conviction under Prop 64.
If you were wrongly arrested and never prosecuted, we can petition to have all the records of your arrest sealed and destroyed. Learn more about Sealing Records of an Arrest.
In 2003, California law was changed to make it possible to seal the records of your case if you were granted and successfully completed drug diversion or a deferred entry of judgment program. Learn more about Sealing Records of a Drug Diversion or DEJ Case.
The Adult Use of Marijuana Act (Prop 64) allows you to return to court and get your old marijuana conviction expunged. If your conviction was a felony, we can petition to reduce it to a misdemeanor. Learn more about having us serve as your Prop 64 lawyer.
Your official state criminal record is maintained by the California Department of Justice. Learn more about what’s on your criminal record or have our law firm review your criminal record and prepare a complete record-cleaning strategy for you.