When arrested or accused of a crime a record is made, no matter if the charges are dropped or you are proven innocent or guilty. This record is considered a public record and is accessible by anyone. These records are often looked at by various individuals including but not limited to employers, landlords and neighbors. You can seal or erase these records thereby protecting yourself from others unfairly judging you on past events. The rules for successfully removing or sealing this information can be complex and confusing and requires filing documents and appearing in Court.

At Durfee Law we are familiar with all the various laws and procedures required to expunge and/or seal these records and protect your privacy.