Wyomin Expungement Laws & attorneys

A Wyoming Expungement Attorney often goes beyond helpful to the point of being necessary in order to successfully obtain an Expungement of a criminal record in the State of Wyoming for several reasons. An Expungement is not a right, but more akin a favor of a prosecutor and a court.

erase a criminal record

An Expungement removes the prior conviction from reported records that would normally be found in a background search. An Expungement does not necessary mean that a record is destroyed, but it can mean the difference between being able to obtain a particular job.

job loss due to criminal conviction

Careers and high salary positions are competitively sought in today's job market, but the chances are very good that you won't be the one chosen for that ideal job if you up against others who do not have a prior conviction on their record. If a criminal record is preventing you from getting that job, it is time for a talk with an Expungement lawyer.

contact an expungement attorney

For more information about Expungement in Wyoming, please contact one of the attorneys listed on this page. If your Expungement is needed for a case that was tried in the State of Washington, please do not call the number at the top of this page, as those Wisconsin Expungement attorneys cannot handle a case in Wyoming state. Wisconsin Expungement attorneys can only assist you with cases that were adjudicated in Wisconsin. If you are a resident of Wyoming, but the conviction for which you seek Expungement was adjudicated in Wisconsin, please call the number above or use the online email form to contact a Wisconsin Expungement Attorney.

 

WISCONSIN EXPUNGEMENT

What Is An Expungement?

Past criminal record stopping you?

When your past criminal record is affecting your life and preventing you from achieving your goals, it is time to take action - it is time to seek an Expungement.

Mandatory Expungements

Mandatory Expungements?

Yes, under Wisconsin law, some Expungements are mandatory, but these conditions MUST be met during sentencing...

Expunge an OWI DUI

Can an OWI DUI be Expunged?

Got an OWI? You will want to talk with a DUI defense attorney. Already convicted of drunk driving? Wondering about Expungement of a DUI conviction?

Expungement Attorney

Do I need an Expungement lawyer?

In some cases, Expungement Attorneys, Criminal Defense Lawyers or OWI DUI Attorneys are needed, while in other cases, an appellate attorney is needed to reopen the case or pursue an appeal of a prior criminal conviction.

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Employers see convictions?

Can a potential employer see your criminal record? What about your fellow workers? Who can read your criminal file?

Juvenile criminal records expunged

Juvenile records sealed?

Are juvenile criminal records automatically sealed when the juvenile turns 18? Does that Expunge them? What if the case is tried in adult court rather than juvenile court?

What Is An Expungement?

Closed? Sealed? Erased? Expunged?

What is erased? See If Expunged. Erasing a criminal record, called 'Expungement' or 'Expunction' results in removing information from public view, such as on CCAP, also called sealing a criminal record. See also Expungement process.

Post conviction remedies are processes under the law that may help you after you've been convicted

Post conviction remedies?

Under Wisconsin law, you may have remedies for your conviction in addition to Expungement. In an OWI case, you may be able...

Charges Dismissed

Charges Dismissed!

Expungement or Dismissal? When can you get the charges dismissed?

LAW BOOKS, FORMS & JOBS

Wisconsin Law Books DUI Defense, 8th Edition

Employment, Jobs & Careers

Wisconsin Job Resources

Forms

Wisconsin Expungement Petition

Open Records Laws

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Wisconsin Expungement

A few moments of bad choices can result in a lifetime of bad outcomes when a minor mistake results in a permanent devastating mark on a person's public record. That mark, as you are probably more than aware, can prevent you from obtaining a certain job, getting a loan, or getting or even keeping your security clearance. Wisconsin criminal records are open to the public. When that past criminal record is affecting your life and preventing you from achieving your goals, it is time to take action - it is time to seek an Expungement.

Wisconsin Municipal Courts

Wisconsin Municipal Courts typically hear cases involving first-offense OWI DUI, traffic, parking, ordinance violations, juvenile matters, underage drinking, and curfew violations.

Municipal Courts ?

Circuit Courts & CCAP

Wisconsin Circuit Courts are trial courts divided into branches. Most counties have one branch, some share judges. Most criminal cases, 2nd and more serious drunken driving cases and civil suits are heard in Circuit Courts. CCAP is the public access to criminal, civil and other Court records.

Circuit Courts ?

Wisconsin Appellate Courts

Wisconsin Courts of Appeals are intermediate Courts to which cases are appealed. Criminal cases can be appealed by the Defendant or the District Attorney's office. The Appellate Courts are located in Milwaukee, Madison, Waukesha and Wausau.

Appellate Courts ?

Wisconsin Supreme Court

The Wisconsin Supreme Court is the highest Court in the state. The Supreme Court has jurisdiction over appeals from lower Courts and other matters, as well as regulating and adminstrating the practice of law in Wisconsin.

Supreme Court ?

Adult Courts

Adults and some minors' cases are heard in adult courts in the State of Wisconsin.

Adult Courts ?

Juvenile Courts

Juveniles who are tried for criminal offenses have their cases heard in Juvenile Court unless they are waived into adult court.

Juvenile Courts ?