Do you have a felony conviction that is preventing from leading the life you want in New York? Do you wish you had more types of job opportunities available to you? We have worked on all types of post-conviction relief cases around the country. We can help you get a Certificate of Relief from Disabilities in NY and allow you to embark on a new path for your life.
As you are well aware, your past criminal record can severely hinder you from being able to start a new life. A conviction can be discovered during a background check and even automatically prohibit you from applying for certain jobs or work-related licenses. The law in New York does allow you, under certain circumstances, to restore some of the rights you lost as a result of your conviction through the issuance of a Certificate of Relief from Disabilities.
We are the top record clearing law firm in the nation and we are committed to helping individuals like you with their post-conviction matters; we want to help you attain a Certificate of Relief from Disabilities so that you can change your life.
You are eligible for a Certificate of Relief from Disabilities if you only have one felony and any number of misdemeanors. If you have two or more felony convictions that are from the same indictment it will be counted as one conviction so you would still be eligible to apply.
If you have more than one felony, then you will not be eligible for a Certificate of Relief from Disabilities but you may be eligible for a Certificate of Good Conduct, which has much of the same effects as a Certificate of Relief from Disabilities, there is just a waiting period before you can apply.
A Certificate of Relief from Disabilities may remove any legal disability or bar that resulted from your conviction. The certificate creates a presumption of rehabilitation for you regarding your specified conviction. It does not remove your conviction from your record. However, New York government agencies that issue licenses must consider this certificate when deciding to give you a license. This is also true of New York employers; they must consider your certificate when you apply for a job with them.
Certificates of Relief can be issued either by the sentencing court or the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. If your conviction resulted in a commitment to a NY correctional facility or was in a federal court or other state court (and you reside in NY), then your Certificate would be issued by the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, and all other cases would be handled by the sentencing court. In order to grant the certificate, the issuing authority must find that the relief to be granted by the certificate is consistent with your rehabilitation and with the public interest.
Furthermore an investigation into your circumstances will be conducted and will include (but is not limited to) examining your employment history and other means of support, proof of payment of your income taxes for the last three years and proof of payment of restitution and fines.
Check now to see if you are eligible to get a Certificate of Relief or any other types of post-conviction relief by taking a few moments to fill out this eligibility evaluation; it is free and confidential.
The time period for an application to be processed differs depending on how complex your cases is and how many cases they may have gotten beforehand.
When we get your case we immediately begin working on it. We will do the necessary research and compose and file your application. We will also prepare any other necessary documents. If a hearing is held, we will send an attorney there for you to argue your case.
We are dedicated to delivering outstanding service at reasonable prices. For this service we charge a flat fee. This flat fee can be split into more manageable payments for your convenience.
Moreover, you can examine the progress of your case by checking our exclusive online case management system.
We have the knowledge, abilities and eagerness to help you acquire a Certificate of Good Conduct, and we desire to get underway as soon as possible.
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*The Expedited Record Clearance Update service is not a court service and requires a granted court order. Once we receive a granted court order for your case, we can expedite an update of 650 private background check companies within 14 business days. The service does not involve or influence any court, tribunal, legislative body, or public official in order to complete the update, nor does is expedite traditional court or government record update processes.