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Fresno County Expungement Attorneys

If you have a criminal record in Fresno you may be eligible to have your felony or misdemeanor expunged. Regardless of whether you were convicted of a crime or only arrested, your offense will remain on your criminal record until you have the offense expunged or sealed. There are many remedies available for a multitude of offenses. Expungement usually takes about two months. Start the record clearing process today and remove your Fresno County offense from your record as soon as possible.


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Courts and District Attorney in Fresno County

Superior Court - Fresno Superior
1100 Van Ness Avenue, Fourth Floor - Room 402, Fresno, CA 93724-0002


Superior Court - Fresno/Clovis
1011 5th Street, Clovis, CA 93612


Superior Court - Fresno - Reedly
815 “G” Street, Reedley, CA 93654


District Attorney: Fresno County District Attorney


Facts about Fresno County

Fresno County District Attorney's Part In Expungement

Every person who wants an expungement must deal with the DA or city attorney. The Penal Code that allows for expungement requires that the DA or city attorney be served a copy of the petition and have the opportunity to object before any record is expunged.

Fresno County, named after the Spanish word for “ash,” is located in near California’s San Joaquin Valley. According to the county’s official website it is the sixth largest county by area in the state and the tenth largest in terms of population, consisting of 917,515 people. People have inhabited the area Fresno County encompasses from between an estimated 50,000 to 7,000 years ago. The first European explorers entered the territory in the early 1800’s. Today Fresno is a culturally diverse county in which nearly half of the population is either Hispanic or Latino.

The 2014 District Attorney for Fresno County is Elizabeth A. Egan. Elizabeth was the first woman to be elected as the Fresno District Attorney in 2002. She ran unopposed in 2006 and in 2010, and is now campaigning for her 4th election as the Fresno County District Attorney. Elizabeth has been honored with several awards from prestigious groups including:

  • International Police Association of the United States
  • Crime Victims United
  • Fresno County Bar Association

The mission of the District Attorney's Office is to enhance public safety, welfare and security in the community through the prosecution of criminal and civil crimes in a just, efficient and ethical manner. Elizabeth has honored the mission of the Fresno District Attorney's office by focusing her efforts on serious crime such as sexual assault, elder abuse, identity theft, and gang violence, amongst other causes. By increasing staff levels and implementing protection unites, Elizabeth has, as the mission statement says, enhanced public safety.

Office of the Fresno District Attorney's Office

2220 Tulare St., Suite 1000 Fresno, CA 93721 Phone: (559) 600-3141 E-mail: damail@co.fresno.ca.us

Fresno County's Industry

Fresno County is now advertising for jobs in the following fields on their website: * Deputy Sheriff * Occupational Therapist * Principal Librarian * Psychiatrist * Public Defender

The salaries range from $13 an hour to over $9,000.00 a month. Though positions and salary offerings may very on a monthly basis, the Fresno County government website always has posting for job openings. To be eligible for most government positions, you will need to have a clear criminal record. For positions that require the use of firearms, such as a position as a deputy sheriff, you may need to clear your criminal record to remove the ban on your right to possess firearms.

Finding a job with a criminal record in Fresno

Even though having your record expunged, sealed, or set aside can greatly increase your ability to find a job, other factors can benefit your job search as well. We have prepared a short video, getting employed with a criminal record, that provides such tips and advice.

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We can remove criminal records from any city in Fresno County, such as Clovis.


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