RECORD SEALING AND EXPUNGEMENT
A Successful Trial Attorney for 35 Years
WHEN YOUR FREEDOM IS ON THE LINE
SUCCESSFUL RECORD SEALING AND EXPUNGEMENT ATTORNEY
If you have one conviction on your criminal record of a qualifying offense that is 5 years old, and you have not received a second conviction of any kind, you may qualify to have your criminal conviction expunged, or erased, from your criminal record. Securing an expungement is a complicated process with specific requirements that must be met to be successful.
Having a criminal conviction on your criminal record can cost you your job; any future jobs; your ability to possess a weapon, enter military service, or be admitted into school. A criminal conviction will appear on any background check or security clearance, job application, school admission application or military application. A conviction may also prevent you from traveling to Canada or outside the United States, and may affect your seeking custody of, or parenting time with, your children. Multiple convictions will increase the seriousness of the penalties.
Judith A. Baxter is a trial attorney with 35 years of courtroom experience handling conviction expungements, including over 20 years as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney. Her extensive knowledge of and experience with the prosecutor’s office and in the court system, combined with her dedication to each and every one of her clients, provides Ms. Baxter in depth insight about each of her cases, and gives her clients an advantage in securing favorable resolutions of their cases. Judith A Baxter will stand by you every step of the way as your case proceeds through the court system.
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Ms. Baxter will answer your questions, advise you about the seriousness of the charges you are facing, the consequences you are facing, and explain your options to you.
When your freedom is on the line, call Judith A. Baxter, an attorney with the experience and dedication you need to make a difference. Call 616.356.2651 or contact attorney Judith A. Baxter at Jbaxter@jbaxterlaw.com to schedule an appointment NOW.