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[fa icon="plus-square"] What is an expungement?
Expungement refers to the process of sealing arrest and conviction records. Virtually every state has enacted laws that allow people to expunge arrests and convictions from their records.
[fa icon="plus-square"] Am I eligible for a pardon or expungement?
We need more information from you to determine if you are eligible for a pardon or expungement. Please call us at (405) 448-6770 or click here to get started online.
[fa icon="plus-square"] What is a criminal record expungement and why do I want one?

Expungement is an attorney-led process that uses the Courts to erase or change criminal record(s). Expungements can erase records with OSCN.net, ODCR.com, OSBI, the Arresting Agency, the Dept. of Corrections, and at the Courthouse. Expungements can also allow you to deny that a criminal incident ever occurred, and can keep employers from denying you employment based solely on your criminal record.

Even if you can’t erase your records, you may still be able to change them with an expungement: for example, by amending your OSBI record from “Pled Guilty, 5 Year Deferred Sentence” to “Pled Not Guilty, Case Dismissed.” People seek expungement because their criminal records negatively impact their careers, educational goals, and their personal lives. To get a quick answer on whether or not you qualify for an expungement, speak directly with a Clean Slate Lawyer.

[fa icon="plus-square"] What kind of criminal records show up in a search?
Generally several types of criminal records are created :
1. Arrest Records with the arresting agency (e.g., OCPD);
2. Court Records are available from court clerks, on oscn.net or odcr.com;
3. A Background Check with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (example: arrest date, charge, and disposition information);
4. Incarceration Records with the jail your were booked into or the Department of Corrections.
[fa icon="plus-square"] What if I have a criminal record in another state?
We expunge criminal records in every jurisdiction in Oklahoma. However, currently we cannot expunge criminal records from other states. If you are in need of an expungement outside of Oklahoma, please call us and we can refer you to an expungement attorney in another jurisdiction.
[fa icon="plus-square"] What types of expungement are there?

The short answer is:

Full / Section 18/19 Expungements
Partial / 991c (Deferred Sentence) Expungements

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