Get Help Sealing Criminal Records
A criminal record or record of arrest can hinder your life in many ways. However, there are ways to mitigate the damage it can do to your life. One such way is to have your criminal records sealed. In order to have your criminal records sealed, you must follow the right process. Broken Wings helps ex-offenders with the sealing of criminal records nationwide. Learn more about sealing your criminal record. Keep in mind that not all convictions can be sealed. Contact us for more information.
The Difference Between Expungement and Sealing Records?
People often confuse receiving an expungement of your criminal record with having your criminal record sealed. It’s important to understand the key differences. When your criminal record is sealed, it is hidden from the public but not from the government. Law enforcement can only view an expunged record. They would have to have a court order to to view a sealed record. An expungement is supposed to erase records completely, making them hidden from governmental and public record inquiries.
Contact Us for Help Sealing Your Criminal Records
The process of sealing your criminal records may seem intimidating, but it can be well worth it when it is all said and done. Broken Wings is here to help you through every step of the process. We are not a law firm, and our nonprofit organization cannot guarantee that your case will be approved. However, we are proud to have helped over 700 ex-offenders and inmates since 2002. Contact us today to get help sealing your criminal records.