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Life After a Criminal Conviction

A conviction does not always mean that your criminal case is over. You may have several options to reverse or challenge a criminal conviction, depending on your case. A criminal defense lawyer can explain what to expect after a conviction and the possibilities of turning your conviction around.

Speaking with a criminal defense attorney before your trial may give you valuable information about how to fight your charges or even avoid a conviction in the first place. Fill out our free case evaluation form or call us toll-free at 877-445-1059 to connect with an attorney in your area.

Learn more about after conviction topics, including:

  • After Conviction: Explore the options after being convicted for a crime. Is it possible to clear a criminal record?
  • Criminal History: What is included in a criminal record? Read about the official purposes and other uses of your criminal history.
  • Expungement: Can a criminal record be sealed or cleared? When is receiving a pardon an option? Learn how expungement may create fresh start.
  • Wrongful Conviction Compensation: Can money help regain a life? Learn how state compensation laws may help people if they are wrongfully convicted.

Speak with a Defense Lawyer about Options After Conviction

If you have been charged with a crime, schedule a free, no obligation consultation to discuss your case. Learn about the next steps to take before a conviction with the help of a local criminal defense lawyer and take the important steps to keep your record clean. Fill out our free case evaluation form or call toll-free at 877-445-1059 to speak with an attorney near you.

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