Your Case Isn't Over, Even After a Conviction
If a Georgia state court or federal court convicted you of a crime, that doesn't mean you're out of options. You still have multiple options for post-conviction relief which can add new evidence to your case, get you a new trial and maybe even overturn your conviction. Anitra R. Price, P.C. has successfully helped many clients over the years with post-conviction relief proceedings, such as:
Appealing a Conviction
Complying with Terms of Probation
Expunging a Criminal Record
Fighting a Parole or Probation Revocation
Withdrawing a Guilty Plea
Can I Expunge My Criminal Record?
The state of Georgia does not allow expungement of a criminal record. If you have an arrest or conviction on your record, you can, however, petition for a record restriction. This means the court will conceal certain offenses on your record from public view, thus making it easier for you to find a house or a job. The state will not restrict all offenses, such as:
Sex Crimes (Sexual Assault, Sexual Battery, Child Molestation)
The laws regarding restriction of a criminal record are complex and there are many regulations involved. Anitra R. Price, P.C. is well-versed in our state's laws and will work to restrict as much of your criminal record as possible. Contact Anitra R. Price today.
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