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How Much Does an Expungement Cost... and Why is it Worth It?

The job market is tough nowadays, and a job hunt becomes a nightmare if you’re one of the over 65 million US citizens with a felony on their […]

What's the filing fee for an expungement in Oklahoma?

Database checks are a must these days for more than just law enforcement - from an employee background check to a dating site or school […]

6 Things You Didn't Know About Expungements

Everybody is talking about getting a criminal record expungement, because clearing your criminal record of a felony, misdemeanor (whether the […]

The Economics of Life with a Criminal Record v. Without a Criminal Record

Many of us sowed wild oats in our youth, and for some that meant lasting consequences in the shape of a criminal record that will not go away. An […]

5 Reasons Why Governor Fallin Needs to Sign A New Expungement Bill Into Law

House Bill 2397 would make some tremendous changes to Oklahoma’s Expungement Law. It was sent to Governor Fallin on May 26, 2016, but has not been […]

What is a Full Expungement in Oklahoma?

A full expungement in Oklahoma - be it a criminal expungement or a misdemeanor - is also called a Section 18/19 expungement. An expungements allow […]

Can an expungement help you in your job hunt?

Did you know a partial or a full expungements could really improve the chances of landing a job for people with a criminal record? If you have a […]

What is a Partial Expungement?

In short, a partial expungement is a great way to reduce or minimize the harm of having a criminal record while you wait to become eligible for a […]

What is the difference between a Deferred Sentence, Suspended Sentence and Conviction?

Most people do not realize that a suspended sentence is a conviction…the jail/prison time is merely suspended with the assumption that you will […]

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