SEAL CRIMINAL RECORD
Many drug convictions and other convictions over 10 years old can be sealed. See if you are eligible today.
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Seal your Criminal Record in New York
If you have stayed out of the criminal system you may be eligible to seal your conviction and open opportunity and your full potential. See why Attorney Chris Brown has hundreds of great reviews for helping people just like you.
Drug Convictions and Many Convictions 10+ Years Older Can Be Sealed in New York
Attorney Chris Brown started sealing criminal convictions in New York the day the new legislation was passed in October of 2017.
Chris has seen every case and overcome every hurdle in the process with his vast experience in criminal law and criminal courts. Chris’ experience is your advantage in this process. If your criminal record is holding you back, Chris Brown Law can help individuals with limited convictions seal their adult conviction record under New York Criminal Procedure Law Section 160.59 and Section 160.58, so that you erase any blemishes from the public view.
Here is How the Process Works:
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Criminal convictions will stay with you for the rest of your life…this can lead to future job implications and worse.
This is where we come in…We will go to work you and personally work with the District Attorney and Judge to eliminate any eligible convictions.
Attorney Chris Brown has a proven track and successfully sealed convictions in several New York State Town, Village, and County Courts.