Carter County


‚ÄčCharles E. Douglas, Attorney at Law

Once you have been charged with, arrested for, or convicted of a crime, this goes on your criminal record. Unfortunately, criminal records can be reviewed by anyone running a background check, such as a potential employer or landlord. Any mark on your criminal record can prevent you from moving forward with your life.

Charles E. Douglas understands the impact that a criminal record can have on your life and your future. However, it may be possible to seek an expungement. This means that a particular crime or mark on your criminal record may be removed and your record cleared. After your record has been expunged, you are not legally required to disclose any criminal history to anyone.

Not all types of crimes are eligible to be expunged from your criminal record. To understand if your criminal record can be expunged, contact Charles E. Douglas online or call 405.329.2300 for a free initial consultation.

Obtaining an expungement may not be a quick or certain process. There are documents to complete and potentially a contested hearing in court before the assigned judge. The laws that govern expungements may change frequently depending on a variety of factors. Charles E. Douglas is committed to aggressively pursue your expungement where authorized by law. Check out the link below.

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