Nevada Record Sealing Law Firm
Welcome to the Law Offices of Paul Adras and Steven Altig, The Nevada Record Sealing Law Firm. Our office can seal your Nevada criminal and arrest records so they don't appear on criminal background checks.
If you've ever been arrested, you may now realize that the criminal arrest record, as well as police and court records arising from your arrest can cause you problems in employment, housing, when pulled over by the police, and in other situations when a Nevada criminal background check is done.
Even if you were not convicted, the Nevada criminal record may still be causing you problems. If you qualify, sealing your Nevada police, court, criminal, and arrest records is a low cost way of improving your life.
Experienced Record Sealing Attorneys
If you want to seal your Las Vegas criminal record, you will need to submit a petition to seal records and have a good defense attorney experienced in sealing records in Nevada. These assets will help you convince a Las Vegas Municipal Court or a Las Vegas Justice Court that you deserve to have your record sealed, which can take some doing on the part of your lawyer. Many Las Vegas courts are of the opinion that the point of convicting and punishing someone is to show that there are consequences for our actions. Record sealing attorneys Paul Adras and Steven Altig believes that a Nevada criminal history doesn't have to haunt you your whole life and if you meet the statutory requirements for record sealing in Nevada, then you should be able to have your record sealed.
A criminal record doesn't have to haunt you for the rest of your life.
Call us today at 702.385.7227
Why seal your Nevada Record?
When you have been arrested or convicted of a crime in Nevada, the information regarding your arrest, criminal charges, conviction and sentencing will show up on your criminal record. This information is available for anyone in the general public to see. Your criminal record can be accessed through hundreds of websites over the Internet, along with several other methods.
Paul J. Adras, Esq., and Steven M. Altig, Esq., are lawyers with extensive record sealing experience, can help you decide whether you qualify under Nevada law to have your record sealed. By having your Las Vegas and Nevada record sealed you can have any Las Vegas and Nevada arrests, criminal charges, convictions or sentencing records sealed. Also, if you seal your Nevada record, you gain the legal right to deny or fail to acknowledge anything to do with the arrest and the legal proceedings from the case itself. By sealing your Las Vegas and Nevada criminal records, you'll be eligible for jobs that would otherwise exclude you based solely on your criminal history as well as professional licenses and other civil liberties.
Call Paul J. Adras, Esq., and Steven M. Altig, Esq., two experienced Las record sealing attorneys, at 702.385.7227
Nevada Record Sealing Laws
Specifically, the Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) state, once the court orders your record sealed, that:
All proceedings recounted in the record are deemed never to have occurred, and the person to whom the order pertains may properly answer accordingly to any inquiry, including, without limitation, an inquiry relating to an application for employment, concerning the arrest, conviction, dismissal or acquittal and the events and proceedings relating to the arrest, conviction, dismissal or acquittal.
Nevada Employee Background Checks
Now more than ever and especially in Nevada, employers are doing background checks due in part to negligent hiring, which basically means that an employer is responsible for the harm that its negligently hired employee causes to a third party. Employers are concerned that a person with a criminal past may re-offend and therefore seek a background check. Liability rests on whether a reasonable investigation by the prospective employer would have prevented harm to an innocent third party.
Las Vegas record sealing attorneys at Adras & Altig Attorneys at Law may be able to begin the process of sealing your record immediately. Your future is as important to us as it is to you. Call record sealing lawyer Paul J. Adras and Steven M. Altig. today at: 702.385.7227.
Why Wait Any Longer?
Don't delay. Here are some benefits of sealing your record
• Peace of Mind
• End the Stigma of a Criminal Past
• Get a Better Job
• Better Housing
• Government Assistance
• Not a Paralegal or Service
• Record Sealing by a Local Las Vegas Attorney
• Restore Your Rights
• Protect Your Family
Seal Your Record Today!
Put your past behind you. Complete the form below or call 702.385.7227. Don't wait to get help. Speak to a Las Vegas record seal lawyer today.