A criminal record is easily available to the public and is often harmful when applying for employment or for other reasons. You may qualify for a full expungement of your criminal records, including most felony offenses, and a recent change in the law has added an additional possibility of an expungement if you were convicted of a felony drug offense which has been reclassified as a misdemeanor. Although a deferred sentence will result in the dismissal of the case against you upon successful completion of probation and you may have a partial expungement, a full expungement will further erase the OSBI background check, seal the arresting and jailing agency records, and seal the DOC records.
Contact us for an evaluation of your situation which may qualify you for an expungement in Oklahoma and Canadian Counties. (405) 609-1970