We are here to help eligible people put their Utah criminal record behind them. We have helped more than 1,000 people in Utah expunge or reduce their criminal record.
Our website is designed by our team of attorneys licensed in Utah and graduates of the University of Utah College of Law. The information is intended to be helpful for anyone looking to have their record cleared in Utah. Eligibility for Utah's record clearing remedies can be complex, especially if a person has multiple things on their record. Please read the information carefully and take our online eligibility test. If you still have questions, please feel free to call us.
Utah offers one of the best expungement laws in the country, which is designed to help deserving people be more productive and get more out of life. Whether the offense was a felony or a misdemeanor, it was committed as a juvenile or adult, or the sentence was a fine or time in prison, Utah offers ways for you to make it easier to find a good job and put the past behind you.
When you are ready to start your Utah expungement, we believe we are the best choice. There are many reasons why thousands of people have chosen us to expunge or seal their criminal records. We are nationally recognized experts on expungement. We will gladly match any competitor’s price, but nobody can match our quality and experience. We serve all Utah courts for the same guaranteed lowest price, and we are “A” rated by the Better Business Bureau.
The quickest and easiest way to determine what options are available to you is to take our free online eligibility test. Below you will find information on some of the services available in Utah.
Your Utah conviction may be eligible for an expungement. There is a waiting period that must be met. The waiting periods range from 3 years for a Class C misdemeanor to 10 years for a DUI. Certain high-level felonies and sex offenses against minors are not eligible. Additionally, there are limits on the number of total convictions you can have on your record.
If your Utah expungement is successful, the courts will update the government agencies. Our exclusive Expedited Record Clearance Update service can clear your record from the private background check companies, which is often the place that matters most.
If the charges were not filed or dismissed or you were acquitted at trial, you are eligible for an arrest record expungement. Pleas in abeyance are also eligible to be expunged in Utah. The only waiting period requirement for an arrest expungement is that 30 days must have passed since the arrest date.
In Utah you can petition the court to reduce the level of your conviction by up to two degrees. A conviction reduction can make you eligible for an expungement sooner and could restore your firearm rights. In order to have your case reduced, you must have been sentenced to probation, completed your probation sentence and paid all court ordered restitution
If you are currently on probation, you can petition the court to terminate your probation early. Probation termination can be granted at any time in the discretion of the judge. You are also eligible if you have completed 36 months in a felony or class A misdemeanor case or 12 months in a class B or C misdemeanor or infraction case without violation.
If the BCI improperly denied your certificate of eligibility, which is required to petition for an expungement, may be able to appeal the denial with the BCI or ultimately the district court. Improper denials can result from inaccurate records or improper interpretation of the records or the law. Please see our page on Utah BCI Appeals for more information.
You may be able to petition to have your Utah juvenile record expunged. In order to be eligible you must be 18 years old and have no adult felonies or misdemeanors of moral turpitude on your record. Additionally, one year has to have passed since the juvenile court terminated jurisdiction and all fines, fees and restitution were paid.
Our eligibility test can show you what options are available to you. If you have questions, feel free to call us or chat with us online for a free, confidential consultation. We are here to help and are eager to show you why more than 13,000 people nationwide have chosen us to clear their criminal record.
Our Utah expungement attorneys and case managers have successfully cleared thousands of criminal records for our clients.
"Two other attorneys said I was not eligible. You guys took the time to understand my case and find options for me. I cannot believe the others did not recommend reducing my felony and doing what it took to make me eligible to have my record expunged. Totally life changing."
Daniel T. - Salt Lake City, UT
"I lost three jobs because of my arrest record. Getting this expunged was priority A1 the day I became eligible.... This was money well spent." Ty B. - Ogden, UT
"I was so excited to get the news today that my felony was reduced to a misdemeanor. I cannot wait to go hunting this summer." Dale L - Lindon, UT
"Thank you Mat and Chad for making this painless. You two did a great job with my case. I thought I would have to live with record forever. You restored my faith in lawyers." Kelly G. - Cedar City, UT
"From the very first call you guys did a great job. Thank you to everyone at Recordgone.com for getting my expungement done and off of my record." Chris R. - Logan, UT
Our exclusive Expedited Record Clearance Update* service allows us to have the leading background check companies reflect changes to your criminal record in less than 14 days, instead of months and even years like our competitors.
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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.