Utah offers remedies designed to help deserving people be more productive and get more out of life. Whether the offense was as a juvenile or adult, felony or misdemeanor, or if the sentence was a fine or time in prison, Utah offers ways for you to make it easier to find a good job and put the past behind you.
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Most felony and misdemeanor convictions can probably be cleared, leaving your record clear and your future brighter. If you are not currently on probation or facing any current charges, Utah law allows you to have your misdemeanor and felony convictions ... Continue reading
Utah law allows for the expungement of juvenile records. Once expunged, the juvenile records will not appear on your criminal record and the case is considered to never have occurred. Expungement allows juvenile offenders to enter adulthood with a â€śclean ... Continue reading
Under Utah law, you can apply to have your conviction reduced by up to two degrees in class. For example, a second degree felony could be reduced to a class A misdemeanor. A reduction in class by just one degree ... Continue reading
If you have an arrest on your record that did not result in a conviction, we can have record of the arrest removed from your record. Arrests are not legally as serious as convictions, but they can be just as ... Continue reading
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