Category: Criminal Record Sealing

In today’s society, the issue of employment discrimination based on criminal records is a pressing concern. Individuals with criminal records often face hurdles when seeking employment, despite having paid their debt to society.

Fortunately, the state of Colorado recognizes the importance of giving ex-offenders a second chance and has established laws to protect their rights. In this blog post, we will explore the rights and protections available to individuals with

A criminal record can cast a shadow over your life, affecting job prospects, housing opportunities, and even personal relationships. If you’ve been through a criminal case in Colorado and are looking to move forward with a clean slate, you’re in luck. Colorado provides avenues for individuals to clear their records, giving them a chance to rebuild their lives. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the process of expungement

If you have a criminal record in Colorado, you may be wondering whether it’s worth the effort to have it sealed. After all, there are costs associated with sealing a record—both financial and emotional. But there are also many potential benefits that come with sealing your record, including improved job prospects and access to housing options. 

Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of sealing your Colorado record

When you get arrested for a crime, you receive a criminal record. Unfortunately, even if you beat your charges – or aren’t charged in the first place – that record stays. And it can follow you around for the rest of your life.

Insurance companies, potential employers, and even lenders for a home mortgage, as well as other entities, have access to a person’s criminal history and can make moving

Getting a job with a criminal conviction on your record can present quite a challenge for many Coloradoans. Today, employers use comprehensive background checks that are sure to spot any type of criminal history.

If you have a criminal record, don’t lose hope. There are some things you must understand about getting a job with a criminal history, but it’s not impossible. More importantly, there are legal remedies that can