If you have been convicted of a crime, you may be eligible to have your conviction expunged. Call Jason Sawyer to determine your eligibility.
Have your old records destroyed
According to a recently enacted statute in Vermont, you can have your criminal conviction expunged if certain requirements are met. Vermont expungement involves eliminating or sealing your criminal record from public viewing so that you don’t face problems in getting a job, scholarship, or loan.
The Vermont Expungement Statutes Online
- 7601. Definitions which define the qualifying crime and criminal history record
- 7602. Expungement and sealing of record, post-conviction; procedure
- 7603. Expungement and sealing of record, no conviction; procedure
- 7604. New charge
- 7605. Denial of petition
- 7606. Effect of expungement
- 7607. Effect of sealing
- 7608. Victims
Clear your record (and name) with professional help
If you’re wondering whether you are eligible for expungement, you should speak to Jason Sawyer, a knowledgeable lawyer who can guide you and determine the best course of action. Jason believes that everyone deserves a second chance, so call Jason today.
A fundamental principle of the American criminal justice system is that once an individual has paid their debt to society, they deserve a fresh start. Expungement and sealing give effect to this principle.