Blue Bell, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/27/2017 -- Those with records who have decided that expungement is the best course of action for them will always highly benefit from having an attorney represent them. In states like Pennsylvania, the expungement proceedings can be extremely confusing and challenging. It is ideal to ensure a case get processed efficiently, correctly, and is granted as fast as possible.
Expungement in PA usually entails filing a petition with the Court of Common Pleas in the exact county where the offense happened. It also requires certain documentation included with the petition: a proposed expungement order and a copy of the criminal background report from the PA State Police. The expungement process can be very difficult in getting together all of the necessary paperwork before it is even processed. That is why Edwin L. Guyer and his law office is available to assist any who are struggling to understand or correctly file their expungement in the state of Pennsylvania.
Having a case expunged will first involve petitioning the court, wherein, those who were convicted or arrested will ask the judge to expunge their records. Unlike other states, in Pennsylvania, the case will be completely removed from record. This is ideal for many who are facing an ailing quality of life because of this record. Edwin L. Guyer can walk anyone through this process, even appearing for them in court.
Interested parties should contact Edwin L. Guyer by calling: 215-542-9333, or emailing: email@example.com. Also a DUI lawyer in PA, Edwin L. Guyer is a very capable attorney with many years under his belt.
About Edwin L. Guyer
For over 30 years, Edwin L. Guyer has been establishing himself with a reputation to help drivers keep their licenses. He has been guarding the potential for their future after being charged with a DUI, underage drinking, or any other criminal offense in Pennsylvania. Since 1975, the law offices of Edwin L. Guyer have become confident in their aggressive and skillful approach to insure the futures of those charged, so that they may turn over a new leaf.
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