Have you been convicted of a crime or arrested for a case that was dismissed?
Nevada offers record sealing designed to help people erase their mistakes and get more out of life. Once conviction records are sealed, all proceedings recounted in the record are deemed never to have occurred. Sealed records allow you to properly answer that you have not been arrested or convicted with confidence to any inquiry, including, without limitation, an inquiry relating to an application for employment. Additionally, you are immediately restored the right to vote, the right to hold office, and the right to serve on a jury.
The process to seal a record generally takes about 10-12 weeks. At Saggese & Associates, we make the process as streamlined and efficient as possible for you. Our knowledgeable staff ensures everything is taken care of and that you can live comfortably once the record is sealed.
Eligibility for record sealing of your Nevada convictions depends on the category of crime you were convicted of, and the period of time since you were released from actual custody or discharged from parole or probation, whichever occurs later. Our attorneys will help you determine your eligibility and work to complete the process as smoothly as possible.