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Your Case Is Not Over After A Conviction

If a Georgia state court or a federal court convicted you of a crime, you may feel as if you have no other options. This is not true. You still have several options for post-conviction relief that could introduce new evidence to your case, get you a new trial and possibly even overturn your conviction.

The criminal defense firm of Anitra R. Price, P.C., is here to help you. Our founding attorney, Anitra R. Price, has successfully helped numerous clients with the post-conviction relief process.

She can help you with every type of post-conviction proceeding, including:

  • Appealing a conviction
  • Withdrawing a guilty plea
  • Expunging a criminal record
  • Complying with terms of probation
  • Fighting a parole or probation revocation

Even if you have been already been convicted, do not give up. Contact Anitra R. Price, P.C., to see how we can help you through post-conviction relief.

Can I Expunge My Criminal Record?

The state of Georgia does not allow expungement. If you have an arrest or conviction on your record, you can petition for a record restriction. This means that the court will conceal certain offenses from public view, making it easier for you to find housing or a job.

However, not every crime qualifies for record restriction. The state will not restrict severe offenses such as:

The law regarding record restriction is incredibly complex. There are many regulations that determine which charges you can have restricted. Anitra R. Price, P.C., can complete the administrative steps, help you understand the process and work to restrict as much of your criminal record as possible.

Don’t Give Up After A Conviction

Anitra R. Price, P.C., will never give up on your future, and you should not, either. Contact our law firm today to schedule an initial consultation with our attorney. Call 770-461-0023 or send an email to contact our office in Fayetteville.