Sealing a Criminal Record
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On Monday, I was scheduled to being a week long sex offense Jury Trial. On the morning of the first day of the Jury Trial, the Deputy District Attorney stood up and said, “Judge, based on all the work Mr. Bresee-
We just had two more criminal convictions sealed by District Courts in Colorado. These were both cases that we were hired to represent the clients on. When we got started, both of the clients only say the huge obstacles ahead. –
We get calls every week from people who entered into a deferred judgment and sentence and candidly they do not know what that means or how it works. A deferred judgment and sentence does not count as a conviction under-
People are often surprised and frustrated to learn that usually if your case was not dismissed, you can NEVER seal your criminal record. The Legislatures view is that your criminal record is your criminal record and it should never be-
The legislature has passed a new law allowing old drug convictions (where you plead guilty) to be sealed. It has caused quite a bit of phone calls and meetings at the office so I thought I would just put the-