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Washington Felony Expungement
Since private employers and landlord regularly conduct criminal background checks, having a felony conviction on your record can prevent you from obtaining employment and securing a place to live.
Fortunately, there is a process in Washington under RCW 9.94A.640 that allows us to file a petition with the court on your behalf to have your felony conviction vacated.
Once granted by the court, this petition sets aside and dismisses your original conviction, allowing you to apply for jobs and apartments with confidence.
Once the felony record has been expunged, you will be able to answer legally and honestly that you have never been convicted of a felony on job and housing applications.
What could that do for your life?
Our law firm specializes in Washington felony expungements under RCW 9.94A.640 which allows us to offer our expert legal services at an affordable fixed price.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is felony expungement?
It is a petition process that, once granted by the court, removes the conviction from your criminal record.
Can an employer ask about a felony conviction that has been dismissed?
In almost all situations, an employer cannot ask about a felony conviction that has been dismissed under RCW 9.94A.640 nor can a felony conviction that was dismissed be considered for employment purposes.
Will my expunged felony conviction show up on my background check?
Your expunged felony conviction will not show up on most employer background checks.
What do I answer on a job application when asked about an expunged felony conviction?
You can truthfully, and legally, answer "NO" on job applications when asked if you have ever been convicted of felony.
What are the benefits of felony expungement?
The biggest impacts of felony expungement can be seen in your job and housing options. However, these are some additional benefits: