- Post conviction relief for any California offense.
- Reduction to summary probation, early termination of probation, expungement and sealing of arrest records.
Introduction to Post Conviction Relief
If you have been convicted of any crime and placed on probation, you may be eligible to have your probation reduced or terminated early. If you have completed the terms of your probation, you may also be eligible to have your case reduced to a misdemeanor and/or expunged. If you can show actual innocence, you may be able to have the record of your arrest permanently destroyed .
All of these reliefs will help you search and secure a job, enroll in school, obtain federal funding, restore your civil rights and reclaim your good name and standing in the community. In order to enjoy these and other benefits, you will need to hire an expungement lawyer who can you help you restore your good name.
William S. Kroger is an advocate of rehabilitation and reentry into society. He is an expungement lawyer in Los Angeles CA who wants to help people get reintegrated into society. Our office has guided hundreds of clients through the post-conviction process and restored their criminal records so that they can truthfully say that they have never been convicted of a crime.
For those who are serious about their reintegration into society, early termination of probation is possible with the help of an expungement lawyer. In most cases it can be terminated halfway through the assigned probationary term. Criminal defense attorney William S. Kroger and the Kroger Law Group has been successful in many cases of winning early probation terminations for his clients.
If you’ve served your prison sentence, followed all terms of your probation and interested in reintegrating into society as best as possible, you should contact William S. Kroger and the Kroger Law Group to discuss the possibility of having your criminal record expunged.
Expungement means that in cases where you’re asked if you’ve been convicted of a crime, such as on job applications and other documents, you may answer, “No.” Sealing and destroying an arrest record is the ultimate form of relief. If a showing of actual innocence can be made, law enforcement will be ordered to destroy your record. You will truthfully be able to say that you have never been arrested. This is why hiring an experienced expungement attorney is so important.
The Kroger Law Group represented a client with five previous convictions, some felony and some misdemeanor. Our office was able to expunge each and every conviction, clearing the client’s record.
Mr. Kroger has the background to understand what your circumstances are. He and the Kroger Law Group are uniquely qualified to help you go about the post-conviction relief process in the best way possible so that you can get on with your life and become a productive member of society. If you’re interested in cleaning up your record, contact Mr. Kroger and the Kroger Law Group now.