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Volusia County Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyer

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"Matt Thompson has helped me abundantly with my case. He has helped me throughout my whole process and has been a fantastic lawyer. I couldn't have found a better one. He has explained everything to me along the way and has helped me redeem myself through the mistakes I have made. My family has nothing but love and appreciation for him as do I. I would 100% recommend him to anybody who may be in the same or worse situation I was in."

Isabel, DeLand, Florida

At Thompson Law, P.A., every client is our number one priority. We are a criminal defense and personal injury firm that focuses solely on our clients’ individual needs to achieve the best possible result. Thompson Law is located in Historic Downtown DeLand in Volusia County, Florida. Attorney Matt Thompson knows both sides of criminal law because he is a former prosecutor that has over ten years of trial experience that he uses to aggressively represent his clients. Attorney Matt Thompson has experience trying high profile cases such as homicides and sex crimes cases.

Professional Accolades

  • Thompson Law was voted Best Volusia County Criminal Defense Lawyer by readers of the Daytona Beach New Journal in Best of the West 2013.

  • Attorney Matt Thompson was selected to SuperLawyers Magazine “Rising Stars” edition for his litigation skills in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017, an award less than 2% if the legal community receives.

  • Matt Thompson has earned a 10 out of 10 rating onAVVO.com and Thompson Law has been awarded the Client’s Choice Award for 2017.

  • In 2017, Attorney Matt Thompson has been selected to theTop 40 Under 40 for Criminal Defense Lawyers by National Trial Lawyers.

In addition to defending the rights of the accused, Thompson Law specializes in protecting the injured. Prior to attending law school, Matt learned the ropes of personal injury when he worked for a personal injury law firm, where he was required to meet with each individual client to assess the strength of their case before filing suit. Since opening his firm in 2013, Matt has used those same skills to represent clients in personal injury matters. Matt possesses a unique combination of skills that include the ability to connect with clients on a personal level to understand their issue, the experience to fully educate a client as to the legal system, and the knowledge to aggressively defend his clients’ cases. To speak directly to attorney Matt Thompson about your case, call us today.

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Why Choose Thompson Law? Every Client Is Our Most Important Client

Attorney Matt Thompson ensures that his clients are heard, that his clients are informed, and that his clients are protected. Putting the client first may seem like a standard in the practice of law, but many times clients seem to get lost in the shuffle. At Thompson Law, we ensure that our clients stay up to date by providing them direct access to Attorney Matt Thompson so that Matt and his staff can ensure that each case is approached in a way that will achieve the best outcome for their client.

The Knowledge and Experience Necessary to Represent You

Hiring an attorney can be one of the most crucial decisions you will ever make. You want to hire the best lawyer you can find to defend your case, or to ensure the best possible compensation for your injury. Hiring the best lawyer for you can be a difficult choice when a single Internet search can land you hundreds of lawyers who are all eager to represent you. Volusia County criminal defense attorney Matt Thompson understands this difficulty and respects the decision you must make. Matt is an open book because he believes that his trial experience and expertise in the areas of criminal defense and personal injury make him the best possible choice. So ask Matt questions about his experience, his knowledge of your case, and what he plans to do to help you.

Direct Access to Your Lawyer

In order to ask your attorney questions, your attorney must be available to speak to you. When you hire Thompson Law, you receive Matt Thompson’s cell phone number, email address, and toll free number so that you can speak to directly to him about your case. Thompson Law is a firm that is designed to represent quality over quantity. Thompson Law typically accepts no more than ten (10) cases per month to allow Matt Thompson to spend the time necessary to understand his clients’ individual needs. When you call Thompson Law, you speak directly to Matt Thompson, period. Thompson Law was designed to stay small and stay available. Matt Thompson trains his staff to understand that a client’s case is the single most important thing in their lives, and therefore, it is our single most important job to keep our clients up to date on their case and answer all of their questions.

Dedicated to Achieving the Best Possible Result

It is the State’s job to prosecute you. It is the insurance company’s job to low-ball you. Who is there to be your voice? That is Matt Thompson’s job. If you ever question whether you need a criminal defense lawyer in Volusia County, the answer is “yes.” Thompson Law believes that as a case gets older, it gets worse. Thompson Law does not wait around for the other side to make the first move. Thompson Law proactively works their cases to put its clients in the best possible position for success. We do this by listening to our clients, spending time with our clients, getting to know our clients. What may be good for one client may disrupt another client’s life. Every client is an individual and will be treated as such. Matt Thompson walks into a court room proud to represent the person he is with.

What Can We Do for You Criminal Defense

I get asked all the time what I like better, being a prosecutor, or being a defense attorney. While they are both wonderful jobs, being a Volusia County criminal defense lawyer is by far the better choice. Having the opportunity to have worked as a prosecutor and learn that line of thinking has helped me in the most important job of my life, which is to defend those accused of a crime. I love having the opportunity to get to know my client and I love to know their version of the story that is contained in the police report. No matter what someone is accused of, it is important to every citizen of this country that a person’s rights are defended to the fullest extent of the law. I am proud and honored to represent my clients and give my client’s the voice they need.

DUI, Driving Under the Influence, DWI

Getting arrested for a DUI, or driving under the influence, will immediately affect someone’s life. Many people who are arrested for DUI have never been arrested before. Facing the criminal justice system for the first time can be daunting. Having to face your friends, family, and co-workers after being arrested for DUI can be embarrassing. Losing your driver’s license can cost you your job. Matt Thompson has handled hundreds of DUI cases and can advise you on your first steps to avoid further detrimental effects, and can help you navigate the legal system throughout your case. If you have been arrested for DUI, DWI, or Driving Under the Influence in Volusia County, contact criminal defense attorney Matt Thompson for a free consultation.

Domestic Battery and Domestic Violence and Assault

An arrest for domestic violence or domestic battery can be the unfortunate result of high tensions among family members within the household. The words “domestic violence” carry a negative stigma that can affect your ability to maintain your job, obtain future employment, and the ability to possess and carry a firearm. To make matters worse, arrests for battery get more severe the more times you are arrested. Matt Thompson has extensive trial experience in this area of the law. As a prosecutor, he learned what is important to the prosecutor and brings that knowledge to defend his clients. Matt Thompson has a proven track record for handling these matters, and he will bring that ability to you. Attorney Matt Thompson does not believe in waiting for the State to make the first move. Matt Thompson acts immediately, and with an office located in DeLand, our domestic violence attorney can assist you.

Sale and Possession of Drug/Narcotics

Drugs and narcotics possession have been a hot-button topic in the media for over four decades. Each year the rules change as law enforcement continues to battle the war on drugs. Law enforcement’s tactics for arresting individuals for narcotics possession and sale are not always in line with the Constitution. As it becomes more available, technology is incorporated by law enforcement in arresting citizens for narcotics charges. Over the past decade, Matt Thompson has had experience in handling cases involving wire-taps (also known as RICO violations), body cameras, search and arrest warrants, confidential informants, undercover officers, buy/walk stings, and sale of narcotics within one-thousand feet of a school. As a former prosecutor, Matt Thompson was assigned to handle matters before the Volusia County Drug Court. It was during his time with the Volusia County Drug Court that Matt Thompson developed his understanding of how proper drug treatment can give someone a second chance at life. Now, as a Volusia County criminal defense lawyer, Attorney Matt Thompson will work tirelessly to get you, or your child, the help needed to defend your case and get you the help you need. Call today for a free consultation.

Sex Crimes

While working as a prosecutor in DeLand, Matt Thompson earned an assignment to lead the West Volusia County Sex Crimes Division. During his tenure, he worked closely with law enforcement officers, scientists, and evidence technicians to successfully prosecute his assigned cases. Matt Thompson believes that the only thing worse than being convicted of a sexual offense is being wrongfully convicted of a sexual offense. Often times, the heinous nature of these charges are enough to make anyone squeamish. Matt Thompson’s vast trial experience in this area of law affords him the ability to look through the shocking allegations and identify the issues associated with the case to set up the defense you need. Having experience with these types of crimes right here in Volusia County, our criminal defense attorney has the experience necessary to assist you. Call today and set up a free consultation with attorney Matt Thompson.

Burglary

Did you know that the very first time someone is arrested for breaking into another person’s home that, if convicted, they will score high enough on the Florida Criminal Punishment Code to earn a prison sentence? That is right: a person convicted of a Burglary of a Dwelling has a high likelihood of being sentenced to prison even if it’s their first conviction. Matt Thompson has tried numerous burglary cases, including burglary with a battery, burglary of a dwelling, and burglary of a conveyance. He understands this area of the law and can help answer your questions. Call today to speak to Matt Thompson.

Personal Injury

Having practiced in the area of personal injury, it never really hit home with me until I needed an attorney after being hit by a car while riding my bicycle. Having had experience in personal injury as an attorney, being personally invested in my own case was a different story all together. At that time, I decided to hire an attorney, and I am so glad I did. When you are injured in a crash or due to the negligence of another, many aspects of your life is affected. The injury has a ripple effect through your work, your family, your hobbies, and your down time. This is why it is important to hire an experienced attorney to handle your case when you’ve been injured in an accident.

Car Accidents

Anyone who has been involved in even a minor car accident knows that for days to come, your entire body is sore. If you have escaped a car accident without permanent injury, consider yourself lucky. If you have suffered severe bodily injury as a result of an accident, you know all too well that you only have one chance to recover enough money to ensure your medical bills are paid for, your lost wages are recovered, and most importantly, that you have enough money to undergo future treatment. Matt Thompson worked in personal injury before ever setting foot in a law school classroom. He has never forgotten the valuable lessons he learned as he sat down with individual clients at their homes and learned how each client’s accident affected his or her life. Matt Thompson knows the plight of the client, he knows what you are going through, and he knows the answer to your questions. He values the importance of obtaining the best award for each client, and making sure that the most money goes directly into his client’s pocket. We do not charge a fee unless we recover for you. Call today for a free consultation.

Motorcycle Accidents

Having practiced in Volusia County for over a decade, Matt Thompson understands the popularity and enjoyment surrounding Daytona Bike Week, DeLand Bike Week, and Biketoberfest. While most motorcyclists enjoy their ride unscathed, many are severely injured, or even die, as a result of another driver’s negligence. There is no greater exposure to the elements than riding 60 miles per hour on a motorcycle, and unfortunately, for an unlucky few, that freedom can result in severe injuries. Matt Thompson has experience in handling motorcycle claims and has the ability to successfully handle your claim. We hope that your motorcycle road trip to Volusia County is injury free, but if things do not go as planned, call Attorney Matt Thompson for a free consultation.

Premises Liability

We handle more than just a slip and fall. A business can be liable for your injuries by hiring the wrong personnel or by putting negligent practices in place that ensure your safety. All too often, we catch businesses trying to take short cuts to save money, and those short cuts can result in a life-changing injury to you. Thompson Law will aggressively pursue a company for failing to protect its invited guests. We here at Thompson Law hope you enjoy shopping and having fun in Volusia County, but if you are injured while on someone else’s property, call Thompson Law for a free consultation.

The Arrest Process
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Step 1 - Booking

After someone gets arrested in Volusia County, they are booked at the Volusia County Branch Jail in Daytona Beach, Florida. Each county has its own jail used to house arrestees. Sometimes a person who has been arrested can be held at the police department’s holding cell until they are transported to the county jail. This is always an unpleasant experience but there are major implications that can affect your case down the road. First, you are stripped of your clothing and all items you are carrying with you. Jail guards take an inventory of every item in your pocket and on your person and they record that inventory while you are being booked. If you have additional contraband on you, it can lead to additional charges. In addition, that inventory can be used as evidence against you later on if it becomes relevant, or it can be used in your defense. Either way know that everything that is in your pockets will be searched, inventoried, and recorded.

In addition to having your personal effects taken from you, you will be photographed for your “mugshot.” This mugshot will be posted online along with a list of the charges for which you were arrested. This mug shot can also be used against you in court and can be an embarrassing subject of conversation for people you know down the road. It is visual confirmation of your arrest and it is public record. Please be cognizant that you should remain composed in your mugshot to avoid giving the State further evidence as your state of mind the evening you were arrested.

Thompson Law, P.A. is open twenty-four hours and Attorney Thompson will attend first appearances and will help you if you, or someone you love, has been arrested and booked into jail. Please contact Attorney Thompson at 386 463 4LAW (4529), or toll free at 877-934-4LAW (4529).

Step 2 - First Appearances

What is First Appearances?

If someone you know has been arrested in Volusia County, the first time that he or she will see a judge is at a hearing called First Appearances. First Appearances are held at the Volusia County Branch Jail in a small courtroom in the main jail at 1300 Red John Road, Daytona Beach, Florida. First Appearances are held within twenty-four (24) hours of an arrest, unless the person arrested is hospitalized or is suffering from severe mental illness.

When are First Appearances held?

First Appearances are held daily, every day of the year. If the First Appearances fall on a weekend or a holiday, the hearings begin at 8:30 AM. If First Appearances are held during a weekday, the hearings begin at 1:30 PM.

Who is at First Appearances?

At every First Appearance, there is a judge, a prosecutor, a public defender, an employee from the Clerk of Court, and members of Pretrial Services. If you retain an attorney, your attorney may appear on the arrestees behalf as well. There is no single particular judge who is assigned to handle First Appearances, each judge rotates First Appearance duty.

What Happens at First Appearances?

First Appearances are held to determine two things: First, the presiding judge will determine whether there is probable cause for the crimes for which the accused was arrested. At this time, the accused will learn the charges they are facing. Second, the Judge will determine the amount of bond to place on each charge for which the accused was arrested and set any additional conditions of bond.

Who Can Attend First Appearances?

First Appearances, like most all other court hearings, are public hearings. Therefore, you may attend First Appearances should you choose to do so. If you are there to support a loved one, the Judge may give you an opportunity to speak before the Judge determines a bond amount. If you are a victim of a crime and you are going to face your accused, the Judge may ask you to speak to determine a bond amount or to determine conditions of bond, though your presence is not required. Each judge is different in what they are, and are not, willing to listen to from the attendees.

A Word of Warning

First Appearances are not trials. First Appearances are also recorded and everything anyone says inside the courtroom is recorded and spoken in the presence of the prosecutor. Many people hope that they can “talk their way out of jail.” This is not the case. The prosecutor who attends first appearances takes notes on everything you say. If you say something that can be used against you, the State is going to pull the recording of a First Appearance and use the evidence of your statements against you during the prosecution of your case. It is best to let your attorney speak for you in this situation. If your bond is too high, please seek the advice of your attorney to attempt to get the bond lowered. Otherwise, it is best to stand there, be respectful to the court, and stay quiet.

Can Thompson Law Help at First Appearances?

Attorney Matt Thompson has attended many First Appearances both as a prosecutor and as a defense attorney. Attorney Thompson has the legal knowledge to help guide you through your initial appearance. Attorney Thompson will appear on his client’s behalf and argue for lower bonds for his clients. More importantly, Attorney Thompson has the requisite experience to argue when the State does not have probable cause to hold his clients in custody, which can result in drastically lower bonds and even having his client released on their own recognizance. Thompson Law, P.A. is open twenty-four hours and Attorney Thompson will attend first appearances on weekends and holidays. Please contact Attorney Thompson at 386 463 4LAW (4529), or toll free at 877-934-4LAW (4529).

Step 3 - Arraignment

As your case progresses, the first time you will go in front of the judge who will preside over your case will be at your arraignment. In Volusia County, which includes DeLand and Daytona Beach courthouses, arraignments are typically set within 3-5 weeks after the arrest.

What Happens at Arraignment?

At your arraignment, you will only have three options: (1) the first is to plea guilty; (2) the second is to plea not guilty; (3) the third is to plea nolo contender or no contest. If you enter a plea of guilty or no contest, your case will likely be resolved on the day of arraignment and the judge will determine your sentence. If you plea not guilty, your case will be reset before the same judge at a later court hearing called a pretrial, or a docket sounding at a later date. If you plea not guilty, you, or your attorney, will have an opportunity to review the discovery, or the evidence the State has against you.

Why is an Arraignment Important?

An arraignment is important because it is at this time that you find out what criminal statutes with which you have been formally charged. If you are arrested for a felony, the State files an Information, which states the time, date, and statute under which you are charged. The State may file different charges than what you are arrested for, which can include lesser included charges or other crimes the State sees fit based on the police report and other evidence they have at the time you are formally charged. If you are arrested for a misdemeanor, the State has the option to file an Information, or you can be charged by citation, such as a DUI citation.

How Can Thompson Law Help You at Arraignment?

Attorney Matt Thompson has experience as a former prosecutor and will work hard to make progress on your behalf before the arraignment date. Often times, there is a period between when you are arrested and when you are formally charged, and this time can be crucial to your case. Attorney Thompson wants to provide the State with more information about you than what is simply contained in the police report. You are more than what the police have to say about you: let Attorney Thompson be your voice. Once you hire Thompson Law, P.A., Attorney Thompson files a written plea of not guilty and waives your appearance at the arraignment. This can be beneficial so that you do not need to take time off of work, or feel embarrassed or overwhelmed by showing up to court without representation. To find out more, please contact attorney Matt Thompson to schedule a free consultation before your arraignment by contacting (386) 463-4LAW (4529), toll free at (877) 934-4LAW (4529), or text Attorney Thompson directly at (386) 337-2219.

Step 4 - Pretrial Hearings

What is a Pretrial Hearing?

Once criminal charges are formally filed against you, your case will be set before the judge on an active trial docket. You will receive notification from the Clerk of Court each month as to the time and date of your pretrial hearings. Pretrial hearings are scheduled monthly and are coupled with a tentative trial date. Pretrial hearings allow the judge to (1) monitor the progress of your case; (2) schedule pretrial motions that need to be heard before trial; and (3) if necessary, schedule a trial date. Every criminal case has a pretrial hearing and they are often combined with numerous other cases pending before the court. Your attorney, the State Attorney, and the Judge, all attend pretrial hearings.

Do I Have to Show Up to My Pretrial Hearings?

Pretrial hearings are mandatory and necessary hearings. Your attendance is required for each pretrial hearing. All pretrial hearings are audio and video recorded, and anything you say during the hearing can be used against you at a later time.

If you hire a private attorney, such as Attorney Matt Thompson at Thompson Law, P.A., you have the ability to waive your presence at the hearing and allow your attorney to attend the hearing on your behalf. In Volusia, Seminole, and Orange County, the courts allow your attorney to file a waiver and effectively waive your presence at the pretrial.

How Can Thompson Law Help You?

At Thompson Law, Attorney Matt Thompson limits the number of cases he takes monthly so that he can provide personal contact with each of his clients. Even though you do not attend a pretrial hearing, you are kept informed as to what Attorney Thompson anticipates will happen at the hearing and he will follow-up after the hearing takes place to apprise you of any changes in the status of your case. If you would like to schedule a free consultation, call Attorney Thompson at (386) 463-4LAW (4529), toll free at (877) 934-4LAW (4529), or text at (386) 337-2219. Attorney Thompson is eager to share his experience and discuss your case at a consultation free of charge.

Step 5 - Motion Hearings

What is a Motion Hearing?

As your case progresses through the criminal justice system, your attorney may find it necessary to file motions in your case and schedule the motion for a hearing before the judge. Attorney Thompson begins to review the potential legal issues in your case before you meet with him for the first time. Attorney Thompson will take the time to explain to you any and all potential motions that he may file in your case and how this may benefit you.

Hearing Times:

Once a motion is filed in your case, Attorney Thompson will schedule a time where he can call witnesses, present evidence, and give argument to the court to defend you in your case. Typically, hearing times are scheduled a two to three weeks in advance to allow the State an opportunity to provide argument and subpoena witnesses, and to give the attorneys time to prepare their argument. The State may also choose to file a motion in your case and set it for hearing. During the time before your hearing, Attorney Thompson will use his experience in the courtroom to prepare you for the hearing that is approaching. Typically, during this hearings, you are the only case before the court and your case has the judge’s undivided attention. If you would like to discuss any potential legal issues about your case, please contact Thompson Law at (386) 463-4LAW (4529) or toll free at (877) 934-4LAW (4529), or text at (386) 337-2219 to schedule a free consultation.

Step 6 - Docket Sounding

What is Docket Sounding?

Docket Sounding is typically a term for the judge “sounding” the docket for the last time before a case goes to trial. In Daytona Beach and DeLand, Florida, criminal judges usually require the presence of the accused at the docket sounding to review any last minute issues before trial and to discuss scheduling your trial. This is often the last time a defendant is able to resolve his or her case before trial begins.

When are Docket Soundings Held?

Docket Soundings are scheduled 2-4 weeks after a pretrial hearing. The docket sounding is usually held on a Thursday or Friday before trial, which will begin the following Monday. If you would like to schedule a free consultation, call Attorney Thompson at (386) 463-4LAW (4529), toll free at (877) 934-4LAW (4529), or text at (386) 337-2219. Attorney Thompson is eager to share his experience and discuss your case at a consultation free of charge.

Step 7 - Jury Selection

The first step in the process of going to trial is jury selection. In Volusia County, jury selection begins on the first day of the week, typically a Monday morning unless there is a holiday.

What is Jury Selection?

In Volusia County, jury selection is held at either the Daytona Beach or the DeLand Courthouse. Jurors from all over Volusia County are summoned to court and they are randomly selected to participate in a jury pool from the attorneys to choose from. Once the jury pool arrives in the courtroom, the attorneys begin the process of “voir dire”.

What is Voir Dire?

Translated literally, voir dire means “to speak the truth”. Voir dire gives both the prosecutor and defense attorney to ask questions to perspective jurors to determine whether they are fit to be a juror in your case. Each attorney has their own individual style and process of voir dire and this can change from case to case. Attorney Thompson has experience in trying a wide array of cases, including traffic violations, drug/narcotics charges, driving under the influence (DUI/DWI), burglary charges, resisting law enforcement, violent crimes, sexual assault and battery, and homicide. In each case, Attorney Thompson works hard to plan a strategy during voir dire to put his client in the best position possible at the time of the actual trial.

Once a jury is selected, your case is scheduled for the evidentiary portion of the trial later in the same week. At that time, the jurors who are selected to hear your case return to the courthouse and listen to the attorneys present evidence and argument.

If you would like to schedule a free consultation, call Attorney Thompson at (386) 463-4LAW (4529), toll free at (877) 934-4LAW (4529), or text at (386) 337-2219. Attorney Thompson is eager to share his experience and discuss your case at a consultation free of charge.

Step 8 - Trial

There are two types of trials in Florida. The first is bench trial (also known as a non-jury trial), where the judge decides the outcome of your case; and the second is a jury trial, where a jury decides the outcome of your case. If you are scheduled for a jury trial, the jury returns after voir dire to hear the evidentiary portion of your trial. In Volusia County, trial takes place located in one of the courthouses located in Daytona Beach, Florida, or at the courthouse located in DeLand, Florida, depending on where your case is set. In the State of Florida, the State, or the prosecutor, has the burden of prove your guilt beyond all reasonable doubt. If the prosecutor does not meet this burden, then the jury must find you not guilty.

At the time of the trial, you are not required to present evidence, however, your attorney is able to cross examine the witnesses that testify against you, present evidence and witnesses on your behalf, you have the right to testify or remain silent, and your attorney will present argument on your behalf. Trial can be overwhelming and confusing. You should have a skilled and experienced attorney who can guide you through the process. . If you would like to schedule a free consultation, call Attorney Thompson at (386) 463-4LAW (4529), toll free at (877) 934-4LAW (4529), or text at (386) 337-2219. Attorney Thompson is eager to share his experience and discuss your case at a consultation free of charge.

FAQs
  • Do I have a case?

    Thompson Law is eager to know the answer to that question, just as much as you are. This is why we offer a free consultation and case evaluation. We need to know more about your situation and your goals before we can decide which direction to take your case. Whether you have been injured in an accident, or arrested for a crime, we need to sit down with you, face to face, and decide how we can help. Read More

  • How much does it cost to hire an attorney?

    “We don’t haggle over legal fees, it takes too much time away from defending your case …”

    If you are looking to hire Thompson Law for a Personal Injury matter, our fee structure is simple, you do not pay any money unless we recover money for you.

    In reference to a criminal defense matter, the first question people ask after being arrested is: “do I need an attorney?” The answer is “yes.” Read More

  • Will I have a criminal record?

    At Thompson Law, we think about the long term goals for our clients. When the world may seem foggy and confusing after being arrested, we are there to help you think clearly about the long term affect the arrest will have on your life, your family’s life, or your child’s life. Our number one priority is to prevent our clients from having to report an arrest, or a conviction, when applying for a job, applying for college, and/or a professional license. Read More

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