We file expungements based on the applicable Louisiana Code of Criminal Procedure articles. If successful then your arrest or conviction will be hid from public records and you are not required to disclose it except in limited circumstances.
Each expungement is a flat fee with no hidden costs. An arrest with multiple charges is just one fee and court cost. Separate criminal cases require separate fees and costs.
We promise to never require you to pay more than flat fee we quote upfront. We stand behind our one time flat fee even if it costs us more money!
In most cases only the attorney is required to appear in court. Our firm takes pride representing our clients without unnecessary court appearances. Our goal is to help your overcome the past with minimal intrusion on your current life and career goals.
New clients can schedule an appointment with an attorney by filling out the Form with the link below. The appointments are in one hour blocks of time. Current client have a dedicated assistant to coordinate attorney contacts. Also you can use the WhatsApp link on the home page at the bottom to message us!
Generally from start to finish most matters take around 90 days to resolve. Each cases varies but our goal is to provide fast convenient service.
Currently we only offer our services in Louisiana and we cover any criminal case that occurred in Louisiana including city and mayors courts. Any criminal case or arrest including misdemeanors, felonies, and even traffic tickets.
Unfortunately while a case is pending we can not file an expungement. Your case will need to resolved before we can assist you. If on probation then you must first complete probation before we will be able to help you.
DWI cases whether resolved by plea, conviction, or dismissal can be expunged. The court cost is increased to $600.00 by law but otherwise in most instances an expugement can be filed.
Yes, arrest for crimes of violence and sex crimes are not able to expunged if those arrest resulted in a plea or conviction.
Expungements do not effect administrative decisions regarding driving privileges nor does it circumvent the laws related to convictions effecting driving privileges.