CRIMINAL & DISORDERLY PERSONS OFFENSES
NJ Expungement Lawyers
Helping you make a fresh start by having your record expunged
Expungement is defined by the law as extraction and isolation of all records on file with any court, detention or correctional facility, law enforcement or criminal justice agency concerning a person’s detection, apprehension, arrest, detention, trial or disposition of an offense within the criminal justice system.
Expungement does not mean that the records are destroyed or erased.
The records are only removed from the general records and isolated with other expunged records. When an order is entered expunging records, this includes the complaints, warrants, records of arrest, commitments, processing records, fingerprints, photographs, index cards, “rap sheets” and judicial docket records.
An expungement order does not require state agencies other than law enforcement agencies to remove references to conviction from their records.
At Bercik Law, we have over twenty-five years of experience as both prosecutor and defense counsel. Let our experience work for you.
Contact an Experienced Expungement Attorney Now: (732) 483-6300
Contact an Experienced Expungement NJ Attorney Now: (732) 483-6300
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1161 Broad Street (Rt. 35 North)
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