Fast Criminal Record Expungement in Oklahoma

Fast Criminal Record Expungement in Oklahoma

Fast criminal record expungement in Oklahoma is possible under the new pardon and expunction laws. A criminal conviction in the state of Oklahoma can cause a lot of problems for you. If you have a criminal record, many jobs might not be available to you. You might lose valuable rights, such as the right to vote or carry a gun….

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How Is A Pardon Different From An Expungement In Oklahoma?

Pardon Different From An Expungement

Under Oklahoma criminal law, a pardon is different from an expungement in the fact that someone must agree to grant you a pardon, while an expungement is allowed by law under certain circumstances. Another difference between the two is that a pardon can only restore your civil rights that you lost when convicted of the crime, while an expungement removes…

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Can I Expunge A Felony DUI In Oklahoma?

Pardon Different From An Expungement

You can expunge a felony DUI in Oklahoma but you have to qualify. A felony DUI can make your life difficult for many reasons. Potential employers may refuse to hire you when they find the conviction on your record. You also might struggle to get into school, find adequate housing, or obtain a loan. Fortunately, depending on your circumstances, you…

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What is The Impact of a Prior Felony Conviction in Tulsa

The impact of a prior felony conviction depends on several factors. If you have been charged with a felony, you may wonder whether your prior convictions and charges will impact your current case. Is there going to be a worse punishment or will the prior conviction result in the charge being bumped up to a felony? You may also wonder…

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Different Kinds of Record Expungements

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If you have a criminal record in Oklahoma and want to seal it there are different kinds of record expungements available. Let’s suppose you were charged with a non-violent felony or misdemeanor, and the court defers your sentence for a certain period of time, let’s say 2 years. After this period of probation is complete you can petition the court…

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Expunging Juvenile Records

Pardon Different From An Expungement

Expunging Juvenile Records is possible under the law. There are often times people find themselves in terrible situations as a juvenile.  Whether this is due to poor choices or a lack of maturity, it can still have consequences as an adult.  For example, depending on the crimes you are charged with, a juvenile record could enhance your adult charges.  Over…

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Expunging Protective Orders in Oklahoma

Oklahoma law allows individuals to seek protection from undue stalking, harassment or abuse.  Emergency protective orders intend this protection.  If necessary and upon a showing of good cause, a permanent order of protection occurs. While emergency and final protective orders will not actually prevent an individual from choosing to pursue their stalking, harassment or abuse, these orders serve as a…

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