Don't Let Your Past Be A Hindrance

Expungement Is Our Core

The core of DeVetter Law has always been our criminal record expungement services. We have restricted access to criminal records and have helped seal hundreds of them.

We Go Beyond Expungement

During the expungement process, DeVetter Law fights to restore your civil rights so that you can restart your life.

Expungement is the process of managing your past by removing and restricting access to your criminal record. When you restrict a record, the public no longer has access to the arrest information, so landlords and most employers can no longer see it. Regain control of your life. Get that job you’ve always wanted. DeVetter Law is here to help you get your life and civil rights back.

Our Services

Misdemeanor Expungement

We have cleared hundreds of misdemeanor records. Even if you were convicted of a misdemeanor, we can help you restrict access to and seal these records so it doesn’t show up in future background checks.

Felony Expungement

Felony expungement is the process of restricting access to a felony record after you have been legally pardoned from it.

Early Probation Termination

New laws allow people on probation the right to terminate their sentence early.

Record Sealing

Record sealing limits public access to court records. Record restriction limits access to arrest records. It is highly recommended that you allow our team to review your criminal and case records to determine your eligibility before seeking sealing and/or restriction.

State and National Criminal Record Review

We review the database that contains your felonies and misdemeanors that may have occurred at the county or state level. It's an essential starting point for any criminal background check.

Criminal Record Correction

We help you access state and federal criminal records and challenge any inconsistencies or errors within them.

Retroactive First Offender Petitions

Even if you plead guilty to a felony, according to the First Offender Act, you can now seek to have First Offender Status applied to your case even years after a conviction.

Dead Docket Petitions

Pending cases that have been put on the “dead docket” for 12 months or more are eligible to be restricted and sealed.

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