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Do you have an offense in Cuyahoga County, Ohio? If so, you may be able to have the offense removed from you criminal record. The record clearing process, however, is complicated and time sensitive. If you are unfamiliar with the Cuyahoga County court expungement process or Ohio's record clearing laws, then you may run the risk of making a detrimental mistake to your case such as not properly filing court documents, which is the leading reason that expungement cases are denied. By hiring an expungement attorney that has experience clearing records in Cuyahoga County, you are making an investment in your petition for expungement, and in your future. An expungement attorney will file the petition for you, conduct case research, gather supporting evidence for your case, and will go to court for you. Our licensed attorneys have experience clearing records in Cuyahoga County and can help to seamlessly navigate you through the complex and time sensitive process by performing the following:
Here at RecordGone.com, we understand how important it is to be able to clear an offense from your criminal record history as soon as possible so that you can move on with your professional and personal life. While the courts review cases on a first-come, first-serve basis, we make sure that we are doing everything in our power to make the process move as quickly as possible. To start, we offer a free online evaluation and a free consultation to make sure that you are eligible to have your offense sealed before you invest a dime. Once we determine your eligibility, we can setup monthly payments with a low flat rate fee.
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.
Cleveland Municipal Court
1200 Ontario Street, Cleveland, OH 44113
East Cleveland Municipal Courthouse
14340 Euclid Avenue, East Cleveland Ohio, 44112
Euclid Municipal Court
555 East 222nd Street, Euclid, OH 44123
Lakewood Municipal Court
12650 Detroit Avenue , Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Parma Municipal Court
5555 Powers Blvd., Parma, OH 44129
District Attorney: Patrick Cooney, Prosecutor
Timothy McGinty serves as the Prosecutor of Cuyahoga County, Ohio. He is a native to Cuyahoga County and graduated from St. Edward High School. McGinty earned his undergraduate degree from Heidelberg College and his Juris Doctor from Cleveland State University's Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Later on, McGinty continued his education by earning a master's in judicial studies from The University of Nevada, Reno.
Upon receiving his Juris Doctor, McGinty began his career as a county probation officer. He eventually would be hired to serve as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Cuyahoga County. During his tenure at this position, McGinty would be tasked with handling several high-profile cases, including the prosecution of the "West Side Rapist" Ronnie Shelton in 1989. For his achievements as Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, McGinty was named Ohio Prosecutor of the Year in 1992.
McGinty would then move forward with his career and was elected to serve as a Judge for Cuyahoga County's Common Pleas Court. He would serve as Judge for nineteen years and became well known for maintaining a high level of efficiency. By 2011, McGinty had made the decision to step down as Judge in order to seek the office of Cuyahoga County Prosecutor, a position to which he was elected in November of 2012. Upon entering office, McGinty launched several new units such as the DNA Cold Case Initiative Task Force to use forensics to reopen sexual assault cases and the Public Corruptions Unit to combat corruption in public offices.
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1200 Ontario Street, 9th Floor
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. M-F
The county seat in Cuyahoga County is Cleveland. Industries in the area include health, retailing, transportation, insurance, finance, commercial banking, and utilities. Cleveland itself serves as the home to eleven Fortune 500 companies in both the industrial and non-industrial sector. Amongst the companies in the area are Progressive Insurance, National City Corporation, Eaton Corporation, Parker Hannifin Corporation, The Sherwin-Williams Company, KeyCorp, Applied Industries Technologies, Lincoln Electric Holdings, and several others. If have a criminal record and are seeking employment in the Cuyahoga County area for these or any other businesses, expungement could be of great benefit to you.
Cuyahoga County was founded in 1807 and has a population of 1,280,122, making Cuyahoga the largest county in Ohio and the 29th largest county in the United States. Cleveland serves as the county seat and is also the largest city in Cuyahoga, in addition to being the largest city in Ohio. According to Wikipedia, the name Cuyahoga is derived from the Iroquoian word for “crooked river.” Demographically, Cuyahoga County is composed of 61.4% Caucasians, 29.3% African Americans, 4.8% Hispanics or Latinos, 2.5% Asians, and 1.7% are of two or more races. According to city-data.com, the estimated listing price for housing in Cuyahoga is $131,200, which is just below the average listing price. The average household income is $40,101, which is about $5,000 less than the average household income in Ohio. The 2012 Presidential Election Results showed that 69% of the voters belonged to the Democratic Party, 30% belonged to the Republican Party, and 1% belonged to other political parties.
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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Columbus OH 43235
We can remove criminal records from any city in Cuyahoga County, such as Cleveland.