In Arkansas, it is possible to have certain criminal records expunged, which means that the records are sealed and are not available to the public. However, not all criminal records are eligible for expungement, and the process can be complex.
To be eligible for expungement in Arkansas, you must meet certain requirements, including:
The specific eligibility requirements and the process for expungement in Arkansas can vary depending on the type of offense and the circumstances of your case. It is recommended that you consult with an attorney to determine if you are eligible for expungement and to help guide you through the process.
Note that even if your records are expunged, they may still be available to certain parties, such as law enforcement agencies and the court, in certain circumstances.
Lucas Law Firm is here to help you seal and expunge your criminal records. We diligently represent clients in the northwest Arkansas area who are looking for these services. For strong legal representation to help you finally close out that chapter, call us today.
In Arkansas, you are not required to have an attorney to seal your criminal record. However, having an attorney can be beneficial in several ways:
An experienced attorney can help you understand the process and ensure that you meet all of the requirements for sealing your record.
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