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Erase your criminal record. A clean record enables you to land a new job, obtain home ownership and pursue financial opportunities. Michigan law specifies that under certain conditions, a criminal record can be cleared. Use our expungement tool to determine if you are eligible.

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Why should you have your record expunged?

Solomon Radner put his heart and soul into each and every case, fighting with the determination of a Pitbull! He doesn't just take the facts of your case as stated by the authorities, he does his research, going above and beyond to verify or discredit the facts as written... My case was several years ago and we are still friends to this day. I would recommend, no I would demand, that anyone who is facing a serious legal situation contact Solomon Radner immediately as this is the only man you want in your corner! -Zachary P.
Why is it important to clear your criminal record?

Approximately 30% (65,000,000) of U.S adults have a criminal record.* Past mistakes lingering from a criminal record can appear at the worst possible moment. The process of expungement, having your criminal record cleared, makes it easier to land that new job, obtain your dream home and gain access to financial opportunities.

If your record is successfully expunged, you will enjoy peace of mind knowing that you do not have to disclose your past criminal record when asked about prior convictions.

Are you unsure if expungement could benefit you? Here are some cases where it may be helpful:

  • You were convicted of a crime as a minor and it is holding back your employment opportunities
  • You were wrongfully convicted of a crime and have past the deadline for appeal
  • You have had charges against you dropped or dismissed but they are still appearing on your record
  • You were convicted of a crime in your past and need to have the charges removed from your record in order to help you move forward with your life