A criminal record leads to several unwelcome consequences. Most companies ask job applicants about prior convictions as part of their screening procedure. As a result, employers may not hire someone who has a record. A criminal record will make it more difficult to rent an apartment. Landlords often conduct background checks. Additionally, you may also turned away when crossing an international border. If you have a prior record, your situation is not hopeless. Call Musell Law to seal your criminal case. Sealing Your Colorado Case Colorado law allows individuals to seal their case. However, not all case can be sealed. Any case that was dismissed can be sealed. Some criminal convictions can be sealed. Most states allow people to seal their criminal record, but the laws vary from state to state. In Colorado, once a record has been sealed, it is treated as though the case never existed. You do not have to be disclose the case to anyone with a few exceptions. If you seal your Colorado criminal case, you do not have to let anyone know that the case was sealed. There are a few exceptions, which we can discuss with you. How Do I Know If I’m Eligible to Seal My Colorado Criminal Case? The best way to find out if you are eligible to seal your Colorado criminal case is to contact Musell Law for a free consultation. During your initial consultation, we will ask you the following questions about your case: What were the charges? Where did the case take place? What was the outcome of the case? Did you accept a plea offer? Were you offered a deferred judgment and sentence? Did you plead guilty in one case to have another case dismissed? This information is necessary to determine whether you can seal your Colorado criminal case. At What Point Is A Person Eligible To Seal Their Colorado Criminal Case? In Colorado, you can apply to seal your criminal case if your case was dismissed, dismissed through a successful completion of a deferred judgment and sentence, or you have been acquitted of all charges at trial. However, you may still be able to seal your Colorado criminal case if you have a conviction on your record. Some Colorado state-level convictions can be sealed. Most municipal and petty offenses can be sealed even though the charges were not dismissed. Can I seal a domestic violence case? Yes. In some circumstances you can seal a domestic violence case. Please review our Domestic Violence Firearm Rights page for more information. After my case is sealed, would my record be wiped clean? Musell Law can advise if your criminal case will still be accessed by law enforcement or any licensing boards. Learn more about sealing your criminal record in Colorado For help with sealing your Colorado criminal case, contact us now. We’ll answer your questions and guide you through the steps to help clean up your prior record. Hope Is Not Lost – Call Musell Law Now at (720) 454-3998.
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