Part II: The Virginia Expungement Infographic Guide by our Fairfax Criminal Lawyer
If you are reading this, it is hopefully because you have already viewed Part I of the two-part guide by our Fairfax criminal lawyer and legal team: The Virginia Expungement Infographic Guide. You may have skipped to this page directly from our main expungement page, accessible from our home-screen.
The main page is helpful, and provides answers to these often-asked questions:
- Why should I consider expunging my criminal record?
- Do I even qualify for expungement?
- Frequent (and not-so-frequent but still important) Questions
- Does a non-lawyer need an attorney to handle the expungement process?
This section illustrates the process by which an expungement is obtained. The first section (Part I) sets up Part II by illustrating one of the more common ways an individual in Virginia can unjustly end up with a blemish on his or her criminal record…and as a result….face employment-related difficulties. Before anything can be done; before spending hours researching the laws; and before spending money talking to an attorney who charges hourly (our Fairfax criminal lawyer does not charge by the hour), however, the individual should assess whether or not he or she qualifies for expungement in the first place. If you are not sure, contact our Fairfax criminal lawyer for a case evaluation at no charge. If you are already sure (because you have read our main expungement page), you may feel confident proceeding.
Important Suggestion from our
Fairfax Criminal Lawyer:
Read the Main Virginia Expungement Page First
If you have yet to read our main expungement page, we suggest you do that first, as your preliminary (and most commonly asked) questions are found there. Similarly, our Fairfax criminal lawyer suggests you take a quick look at the first part of this two-part guide before proceeding.
Our Virginia Expungement Infographic Guide is broken into two sections. They are as follows:
- Part I: how our fictional hero, “Brian,” suffers an unfortunate blemish to his criminal record, and as a result, is fired from his job.
- Part II: the process involved to expunge an adult criminal record in Virginia.
Part II: The Process… by our Fairfax Criminal Lawyer
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