Having a criminal record can greatly reduce a person's quality of life. It can negatively impact a person’s ability to earn a living, find housing, travel and even maintain relationships. Fortunately, for many of those with a criminal record in Nevada, there is a way free themselves of the negative affects of a criminal record.
Nevada law has one of the most generous record clearing laws in the country. The time and money it takes to seal a criminal record is almost always an unbeatable investment.
Our website provides detailed information that will help those with a criminal record in Nevada figure out what is their best option. We also have an online eligibility test that will help you quickly determine what we can do to clear your Nevada record.
When you are ready to start your Nevada expungement, we believe that we are the ones to do it. We have done it for more than 350 others in Nevada and thousands nationwide. We are nationally recognized experts on expungement. No matter where you case is in Nevada, we can clear it for a flat-fee that is guaranteed to be the lowest price. No need to worry about the quality of our service because we are “A+” rated by the Better Business Bureau.
Expungement is a legal term of art that is not used in Nevada law. Generally, criminal expungement laws are designed to help specified former offenders move on with their lives without having the old criminal record inhibit them. Expungement laws balance the public safety benefit that the records provide against the public policy benefits of allowing some offenders to be more productive and free of discrimination. In Nevada, expungement laws are called record sealing.
Sealing a record is the process of asking the court to instruct all government that have records pertaining to the case to seal those records. The end result is that the person who has had their Nevada record sealed can move on with their life knowing that the court and other government agencies will no longer make the record available and the arrest and any resulting case are treated as if they never occurred.
Sealing a criminal record in Nevada requires obtaining accurate court records, the filing of a petition with the court that issued the sentence or conviction, as well as serving a copy of that petition on a wide range of government agencies. Making mistakes errors or mistakes in judgment can cause delays or worse, having your request to seal your Nevada record denied. Hiring an expert attorney can help make sure that all records related to your case get sealed fast.
A sealed case in Nevada is not accessible to the public and is completely removed from your public criminal record.
In addition, we go beyond clearing your record at the courthouse. Our exclusive Expedited Record Clearance Update service can help clear your record where it matters most, which is at more than 600 background check companies. Unless you proactively notify background check companies that your record has been cleared, it can remain incorrectly in their system for months or even years. We have them update their records within 14 days.
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 Nevada.
Nevada law allows you to seal your criminal record, convictions and dismissed cases. An arrest without a conviction is eligible immediately. Convictions are eligible after meeting a waiting periods that are defined by the statute. The waiting periods range from 2 years for most misdemeanors to 15 years for Class A and B felonies.
If you have a juvenile record in Nevada, it is very likely eligible to be sealed. Nevada allows for most juvenile cases to be automatically sealed when you turn 21. If you record is not sealed automatically, you can petition the court to seal your juvenile record.
Nevada law pertaining to the registration of sex offenders has been a period of great change for the past several years... in fact, the practical implications of these changes are still being sorted out. There is no need to be subjected to the shame and harassment that comes with having to register if you should not legally required to register or if you can ask the court to terminate your registration.
Take our eligibility test to discover what can be done to help clear your Nevada criminal record. If you have questions, do not hesitate to call us or chat with us online for a free, confidential consultation. It is our job to help and we are eager to show you why more than 13,000 people nationwide have turned to us when they decided that it was time to put the past where it belongs.
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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