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If you have a criminal record in Multnomah County, you may be eligible to have the arrest and/or misdemeanor or felony conviction expunged from your juvenile or adult criminal record. Successfully clearing an offense from your criminal record will allow you to pass criminal background checks for employment and housing, potentially making it easier to secure a more desirable future. You may be eligible to petition the court for an arrest expungement, a conviction expungement, reduction or probation termination, amongst many other record clearing services.
RecordGone.com is dedicated to offering expedient and affordable expunging services. We make sure that our clients are taken care of from start to finish, offering a free online eligibility test and consultation to evaluate your expungement options to ensure that your offense is fully expunged from your criminal background. There is no need for your Multnomah County offense to continue to follow you. After you signup for our services, we will make sure that your criminal history is just that, history and in the past. Once your petition for expungement is successfully granted, we can also make sure that your offense is removed from all prominent online sources to further deter anyone, particularly potential landlords and employers, from viewing your online criminal record.
When you are looking to have your criminal record removed it is important to have a licensed expungement attorney working on your behalf. You can count on RecordGone.com's experienced attorneys and trained staff to guide you through the entire process without ever having to come in for an expensive office visit or appear in court.
Expungement proceedings are quite complex and in many cases the outcome is up to the judge. Having RecordGone.com represent you will ensure that you do not end up waiting for months, or even years, because of simple mistakes that can start the process over.
Because most attorneys do not solely practice in this area of law, and therefore charge higher prices. Because RecordGone.com is completely dedicated to criminal record removal we have streamlined the process and passed the savings on to our clients.
Choosing a licensed attorney means you have the security of knowing your attorney will not disclose any personal information and you are protected by the client-attorney privilege. We have been successful in thousands of cases and have earned an "A+" rating from the Better Business Bureau.
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Fairview Municipal Court, 1300 NE Village Street, Fairview, OR. 97024
Multnomah County was founded in 1852 and has an estimated population of 735,334. The largest city and the county seat of Multnomah County is Portland – also known as the “City of Roses.” Multnomah County is home to Multnomah Falls, which is cited as having a 611 foot drop that cascades from the top of the falls down to the Columbia River. Multnomah County was named after the Chinook word for the “lower river,” and was first penned in the journals of William Clark during the Lewis and Clark Expedition. According to city-data.com, the median household income in Multnomah County is $50,773, which is almost $2000 over Oregon’s median household income and the estimated listing price for housing is $287,800, which is about $30,000 higher than the average listing price in Oregon. The crime rate in Multnomah is more than the state average with 42.9 homicides per 1,000,000.
Rod Underhill is the 2014 District Attorney for Multnomah County, which he was elected to in 2013. Underhill graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law before joining the Multnomah District Attorney's office as a certified law student in 1987. Underhill started his career as a deputy prosecutor in 1988 until 2007 when he became the Chief Deputy.
Under the administration of Attorney Underhill, the Multnomah District Attorney's office has focused on specialized unites that focuses on the prosecution of specific areas of criminal activity, such domestic violence, child abuse, illegal drug possession and sales, and gang violence. For his tireless efforts to defend victims, Underhill has been recognized with numerous awards and accommodations from prestigious institutions including:
Underhill is also a member of over 14 organizations of which he is a member, serves as chair, or on the executive board
Rod Underhill, District Attorney Multnomah County Courthouse 1021 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Room 600 Portland, Oregon 97204
Multnomah County is the most populated county in Oregon and offers a great deal of work opportunity featuring principal industries such as manufacturing, wholesale, retail trade, tourism, and transportation. The tourism industry is lead by attractions such as the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland Art Museum, Memorial Coliseum, Oregon Convention Center, Washington Park, Oregon Zoo, the Pittock Mansion, and the multiple gardens including the International Rose Test Garden, the Portland Japanese Garden, and the Portland Classical Chinese Garden. While it may be easy for tourist to come enjoy the beautiful offerings for which Multnomah County is known, it may be difficult to find employment in the tourism and hospitality industry if you have a criminal record. In order to be considered for a position working with the public, it is usually required that the applicant have a clear criminal background.
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 Multnomah County, such as Portland.