Vacating Criminal Records
One of the greatest consequences of crime is a criminal record that can follow you around for the rest of your life. Future employers, landlords and others can see this record with a routine background check, limiting your options and opportunities.
Experienced Representation In Vacating Criminal Records
The state of Washington does allow for vacating convictions of certain offenses. However, if you have been convicted of certain criminal misdemeanor offenses, you may apply to have them vacated, or wiped from your public record, though still visible to law enforcement and prosecutors.
If you have a past conviction that you wish to wipe away, contact criminal record vacating lawyer Michael E. Zanol today to learn the options available to you and how he can help to rebuild your reputation. Call his Wenatchee, Washington, office at 509-872-5113.
Certain crimes cannot be vacated in the state of Washington. Even though it is a misdemeanor, DUI convictions cannot be vacated even a first offense.
However, many other offenses can be vacated. This process requires a court order, signed by a judge. Often, the individual and his or her attorney must appear for a hearing to have the process finalized.
Attorney Zanol has long served in local courts and with prosecutors and judges throughout the Wenatchee, East Wenatchee, Chelan County and Douglas County area. He will advise you of your options and work with the courts to successfully vacate your charges. This includes advocating on your behalf through the application process and hearing, providing the information needed for the best possible outcome.
To learn more about your options for vacating of offenses, please call the office at 509-872-5113. Attorney Zanol serves clients in the Chelan and Douglas counties.