If your future or that of a loved is currently impeded by the presence of an arrest or conviction record and would like to eliminate this barrier to your progress in life we at The Law Offices Paul Grant can be of enormous help to you. A criminal record can haunt you for the rest of your days and have a lasting effect on the quality of your life. Your employment prospects can be severely limited, you may find yourself discriminated against for things like housing, student loans and some forms of public assistance. Having your criminal record expunged can open the door to opportunities you have been denied because of criminal convictions.  The benefits are many and include the following:

  • Your official criminal record will be removed
  • You will not be required to tell landlords or prospective employer that you were an offender
  • Stop public inquiries from private investigation services in their tracks
  • Can restore many civil rights denied by a criminal record


Utah Criminal Expungement team at the Law Office of Paul Grant

Even if you are not eligible for an actual expungement, you may still qualify for what is called a “402 reduction” that can diminish a felony conviction to a misdemeanor. This can have a huge effect on your employability and help you to ultimately achieve a life of accomplishment and prosperity. Our Utah Criminal Expungement Attorney Team at The Law Office of Paul Grant has helped countless individuals like yourself through the process of expungement to attain a better life. We can and will do the same for you.

There are specific time requirements for having your Utah criminal conviction expunged. The waiting time for expungement eligibility is tolled to begin starting at the latest of either the date of conviction, release from incarceration, or your termination from probation or parole. The waiting period for expungement of a felony charge is 7 years; 5 years for a class A misdemeanor; 4 years for a class B misdemeanor; and 3 years for a class C misdemeanor or infraction. If your case was dismissed, or if you had been arrested without charges being filed, you are eligible for expungement a short 30 days afterward.

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If you have any inquiries about our process or need legal help with any criminal litigation, contact our office today.