Expunge Arrest Records in Utah by Calling Salcido Law Firm
There are many more arrests that occur than convictions. People are falsely arrested every day. Being arrested without cause can result in many negative consequences. The record of your arrest will show up on your criminal background check for your entire life. Unfortunately, many people who see an arrest record equate that with a conviction. Thus, even if you false arrested for something like sexual assault, people may believe that you did it just because you were arrested. This is a prejudice that is not easily overcome, but with the right attorneys you can make it so that that record goes away and you no longer have to worry about the arrest plaguing you. Utah state law allows for the expungement of your arrest record under certain circumstances. Salcido Law Firm PLLC can help you achieve the goal of getting your arrest record cleared. To expunge arrest records in Utah, call us anytime or email us and we’ll be happy to give you a free phone consultation.
If you were arrested in Utah but not convicted, you may be eligible to have your Utah arrest record expunged.
Whether your arrest record will be able to be cleared depends on many factors including how long ago you were arrested. In most cases we can begin the Utah expungement process for your arrest records as soon as 30 days after an arrest.
You will not be able to take advantage of the arrest record expungement process, however, if you have been arrested since the arrest which you are trying to clear.
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To expunge arrest records in Utah, call us and talk to a Salcido Law Firm attorney to find out if you are eligible to have your arrest record expunged. We are standing by for your call. Contact us at 888.337.3235 or 801.413.1753 locally or email us and we’ll get back to you within an hour Monday through Saturday.
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