Criminal Record Expungement In Missouri
Experience Matters For Expungements in Missouri
The Law Offices of Dee Wampler and Joseph Passanise has over 75 years of combined experience in criminal law. Our trusted name, fair prices, and success record have made our law firm one of the top choices for expungement for people including: executives, nurses, lawyers, teachers, doctors, and other individuals interested in clearing their record. We strive to make a lifelong impact on the lives of our clients and our community. Our highly experienced team is dedicated to serving Missouri and providing clients with reputable legal advice.
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Why you should apply
- Custody Battles
- Peace of Mind
- No Casenet Record
Types of Expungement
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It's as simple as 4 easy steps
An expungement can open doors for many people by allowing those with a criminal record to gain access to opportunities that they were previously denied. Record expungement means a second chance to a life without the stigma of a criminal record. If you would like to seal your criminal record and take control of your life, we will walk you through these four simple steps to start the expungement process.
In order to be eligible for expungement, a certain period of time must pass after the successful completion of all conditions of a case: prison, jail, parole, probation, payment of all restitution or payment of costs. This time period is 7 years for a felony and 3 years for a misdemeanor.
Set up a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys to see if you’re eligible to file a petition for expungement. Call our office at (417) 882-9300 to schedule an appointment.
While we can’t guarantee results, the vast majority of expungements are granted once they have been screened through our experienced expungement attorneys.
For each client, we design an order to inform all necessary parties that the record has been expunged. This process officially closes an individual’s criminal record.