Expungement

What is an Expungement?
An expungement is when the legal record of an arrest or a criminal conviction is destroyed ("sealed"). In other words, in the eyes of the state or federal courts, the arrest or conviction never happened. Expungement of an arrest or conviction can prevent those events from appearing on criminal background checks.

A criminal record can affect everything from job opportunities to financial aid to your right to bare arms. An expungement can mean that your job application is forwarded instead of tossed, that you qualify for that scholarship that used to be out of reach, and that your right to bare arms is fully restored.

How do I get an expungement in Tennessee?
Call M. Don Himmelberg & Associates at 615-308-5405 to begin the process of reclaiming your life and future today!