If you have been arrested for a crime, there are certain circumstances under which records of your arrest can be expunged from the police department, the Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS), NICS (FBI) and the court. When an arrest and criminal prosecution is sealed, the information will not be available to most employers, making it easier for individuals to seek gainful employment.
Where an arrest and charges are sealed but not expunged, pistol licensing officers, law enforcement agencies and certain employers may still be able to view these records. Contact The Bellantoni Law Firm to discuss whether you are eligible to have your arrest and charges sealed and/or expunged from your record.
We can review your situation and explain whether your records can be sealed or expunged . Feel free to contact us for an initial consultation to discuss your case.
Contact our office at (914) 367-0090 to learn more.