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Montgomery County and Norristown, PA Expungement Attorney — Clear Your Criminal Record in Pennsylvania

Expungement is the legal term for clearing and eliminating your criminal record. It is very important to maintain a clean record when possible. Even if you have some portions of your record that cannot be expunged, it is still important to expunge those portions that you can.

Problems With Criminal Records

More and more, it is becoming impossible to obtain employment or even engage in volunteer activities without someone running a background check on you. If your background check reveals that you have a criminal record, you may be out of the running for the job or other opportunity. In this age of information technology, anyone can go online, pay a small fee and review your background.

The ARD Program and Your Criminal Record

Many people who have been charged with DUI and who believe they have no criminal record actually do. These include:

  • People who have completed the ARD program
  • People who have had their DUI case dismissed
  • People who have been found not guilty
  • People who have had their charges completely withdrawn by the commonwealth

Unless that information is expunged, or deleted, from all the files of the involved state and federal agencies, it will be on your record.

My name is Henry Hilles, and I am a criminal defense and DUI defense attorney based in Norristown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. I have been involved in criminal law for many years, first as a Montgomery County prosecutor and most recently as a defense attorney helping people charged with crimes.

I have helped numerous clients expunge/clear their criminal records in a timely and comprehensive manner, and I can answer your expungement questions.

Aggressive Follow-Through to Make Sure All Agencies Expunge Your File

I will aggressively follow through with all the state and federal agencies that have files containing your criminal record. I will make sure that these agencies have complied with the court order and expunged your record. It is very important for your attorney to be aggressive in following through with an expungement because unless the various agencies physically destroy their records, the expungement order itself means little.

Call my law office today to learn how I can help you determine whether you still have a criminal record and if you are eligible for expungement. Should you retain my law office to help you expunge your record, I will explain the process and remain available to talk with you at every stage of the process until your record is completely expunged. To contact me, call  610-270-8800  or send a secure and confidential e-mail.