Duluth Criminal Expungements Attorney

The Criminal Expungement And Record Sealing Process

In the Internet age, expungement and record sealing has become an issue of extreme importance for our clients. Records maintained by the court system and law enforcement agencies can affect your reputation, exclude you from higher education, prevent you from obtaining housing, and can result in disqualification from current or future employment. These records can also affect your hunting privileges and prevent you from legally possessing a firearm or ammunition.

Minnesota’s expungement laws changed significantly in 2015, and expungement is now a meaningful option for people with an arrest record or record of criminal conviction. We have studied these changes carefully, and are fully equipped to navigate the intricacies involved in the criminal expungement process.

Outdoor recreation opportunities abound here in the northland, and hunting is among the most popular pastimes. A criminal record could exclude you from participating in this time-honored tradition. In addition to seeking an expungement, you may be eligible to petition for restoration of your ability to legally possess firearms and ammunition. At the Law Offices of David C. Keegan we have developed a record of success in representing clients in expungement and record sealing matters, and in regaining the ability to legally possess firearms and ammunition.

Duluth Attorneys Educating You Regarding Expungement

We are available for consultation to discuss expungement and related issues and to provide you with a comprehensive assessment of your options. We offer an honest, client-centered response to all inquiries received in our offices. Don’t let a criminal record stand as a barrier to your future success. Call the Law Offices of David C. Keegan today.

Contact The Law Offices Of David C. Keegan

We can be reached by contacting us at David C. Keegan (218-722-7813) or faxing us at 218-726-1220.

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