Do you have a juvenile record in Utah that is getting in the way of you realizing your full potential? Have you been denied better jobs or housing because of your juvenile record? We are eager to help you have your juvenile case expunged in Utah.
The ramifications of your juvenile conviction can affect you for years after your actual adjudication. Anyone can do a check on your background online for a few dollars. It has become common practice among employers, landlords and even potential dates to order one of these background checks. Having a juvenile record can keep you from realizing your dreams of having a wonderful job, a nice to place to live and even someone to date.
You shouldn’t be judged on what you did as a youth and we understand that this can make you angry and upset. We have helped thousands of people just like you expunge their records. We are prepared to use our understanding and familiarity with the expungement law to help you start a better life.
Having your Utah juvenile record expunged will seal the record and make it unavailable to the public. You can then apply for most jobs and licenses without having to worry about the results of a background check.
Are you ready to take steps to start a better life? Take our confidential and free online evaluation to discover if you eligible to have your juvenile record expunged in Utah
Utah Penal Code Section 78A-6-1105 advises that you may petition the court for the expungement of your juvenile court record if you are at least 18 years old and one year has passed since termination of the jurisdiction of the juvenile court or one year has passed from unconditional release from custody. If you do not meet these requirements, the court may grant you a waiver if the court finds that there is a good enough reason for such waiver.
Furthermore, in order for your petition to be granted, you must not have been convicted of the following offenses since the termination of the juvenile courts jurisdiction or your release from custody: 1) a felony; or 2) a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude. Also you should have no pending proceedings involving a felony or a misdemeanor of moral turpitude. Additionally, the court may not expunge a juvenile court record if it is for aggravated murder or murder.
Once the petition is filed a hearing date will be set. The court will notify both the district attorney and any victims of your petition for expungement. They will be allowed to testify at this hearing if they want to.
The court will look at several factors when deciding whether to grant your petition for expungement. The court will attempt to determine if you are rehabilitated. The court will consider your response to programs and treatment, your behavior subsequent to adjudication, and the nature and seriousness of the conduct. Once the court decides to grant your petition, it will order sealed all of your records under the control of the juvenile court. Once that order is made, the proceedings in your case shall be considered never to have happened and you may reply accordingly if anyone asks you about the matter.
Your petition should take about 4 to 6 months to process depending on the complexity of your case and if the court has received many cases before yours.
We have a low flat fee that covers the costs of what we will do for your case. Once we take your case we start working on it that day. We will write and file the proper documents, respond to DA or victim opposition, and our attorney will attend the hearing and passionately argue your case in front of the judge.
We are the best at what we do; use our expertise to your advantage and sign up for our record expungement service as soon as possible so you can get started on your new life.
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* This price includes filing fees and court costs. A report from the Bureau of Criminal History will need to be obtained, along with the certificate request form. This will require you to be fingerprinted and you may need to pay an additional approximate amount of $40.
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715 East 3900 South
Salt Lake City UT 84107