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  • Andrea Worden is an award-winning criminal defense attorney and founder of Worden Law Firm.
  • Andrea Worden was given the prestigious “Super Lawyers” designation in 2015, 2016, and 2017.
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  • If you’re interested in expunging your criminal record, speak to a lawyer in our office today.

It’s safe to say that the majority of people want to keep their criminal record a secret. However, most people who have been charged with a crime unknowingly live with a criminal record for the rest of their lives, unless they have the charge expunged. If you are interested in expunging your record, it’s important to seek help from an experienced Oklahoma criminal defense attorney. Contact Worden Law Firm today to discuss your options.

Our Experienced Lawyers Can Assist With Expungement Of Criminal Records

Expungements allow certain individuals to seal their court or arrest records. Once a court or arrest record has been sealed, the public can no longer access it. Therefore, expungement basically clears your criminal record so a prior conviction can no longer affect your future.

Who Qualifies For A Expungement In Cleveland County?

Many people who have been convicted of crimes may be interested in expungement, but only certain individuals qualify. The laws regarding who can and cannot expunge their records are complicated. Some of the most common expungement cases involve individuals who have been acquitted or had their charges dismissed. Defendants who were charged with a misdemeanor or nonviolent felony can also have the charges expunged if they successfully complete a deferred judgment or delayed sentence. However, these individuals must not have any convictions on their record and must wait a certain amount of time before requesting expungement. Defendants who committed a crime while under the age of 18 can also qualify if they have received a full pardon for the offense.

This is not an all-inclusive list of defendants who can qualify for expungement. Find out if you qualify by speaking to an experienced attorney at law today.

Schedule A Free Consultation With The Attorneys At Worden Law Firm

If you aren’t sure if a crime is eligible to be expunged from your record, or if you would simply like to sit down with an expungement attorney to discuss your rights, please contact our law office today. We understand how detrimental a past mistake can be on the rest of your life, which is why we are committed to helping individuals get their records sealed or expunged.

Our attorneys have over 21 years of combined experience in various practice areas, including expungement, juvenile crimes, drug possession, divorce, and family law. During an initial consultation, we will review your case and tell you whether it is possible to request expungement. We will also discuss the cost of expungement and our legal fees. Please schedule a free consultation by calling 405-360-8036 or filling out the general contact form on our website today.