Blue Bell, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/03/2017 -- In today's society, many face dismissal when potential employers, colleges/universities, or credit companies view a criminal record, whether they view it online or through law enforcement agencies. Making a single mistake or having just one arrest on record can severely impact a person's potential. Their career and their future is compromised if they are in between jobs, applying for school, or even hoping to get a promotion. All of these things greatly impact the lives of those who are dealing with their criminal records, forcing them to endure a lifestyle they may not have to.
By choosing to have a criminal record expunged, the impact can be legally removed and resolved with a law office like Edwin L. Guyer's. Expungement in Pennsylvania is a complex process that can take anywhere from six to nine months to complete, depending on several factors. These factors can shift the balance of a case one way or another; that is why it is important to have an experienced lawyer at the helm to handle the expungement case.
Edwin L. Guyer is that lawyer; with over 30 years of experience, he will review a case for free. When it comes to expungement, every bit of experience counts. His aggressive and skillful approach covers many facets of criminal defense law, making him also a DUI lawyer in PA. His goal is to give people with criminal records a chance at a fresh start without the weight of their past mistakes following them everywhere.
Take action now to get a criminal record expunged by contacting Edwin L. Guyer by phone at: 215-542-9333, or by email at: email@example.com.
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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