Denver Criminal Records Attorney
Outdated laws used to prevent you from sealing your criminal conviction. That meant that a conviction — even for something that may have been a minor mistake or lapse of judgment — labeled you as a “criminal” forever. This hurts your chances at getting a job, supporting yourself and your family, even buying a house or a car, or getting a loan to start a business. However, new “increased eligibility” statutes are helping you take back control of your future, freeing you of having a “permanent record.” In addition to being able to seal arrests and dismissals that did not result in permanent criminal convictions, you now may be able to seal prior criminal convictions.