Rhode Island Expungement Law

If you have an arrest record, your records are available for all the world to see. Your

employer or future employer, landlords, banks, even family and neighbors can discover all

the details of your case, even though you were not convicted.

Depending on the facts of your arrest and disposition, we often are able to expunge or seal

your records. Wouldn’t it be a relief to keep such a personal matter private and to protect

your future?

Don’t delay:

Contact us for a free evaluation of your case by calling (401) 228-8271.

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