Expungement of Record
If you’re not guilty, make sure your record proves it.
What is Expungement Of Record?
Legally, expungement means that a criminal record is destroyed, or sealed from state or federal records. It means that a court must treat the criminal incident as if it had never happened—removing it from a defendant’s criminal record, and the public record.
Why is Expungement Of Record important to you?
If you’re found not guilty of a criminal offense, or the case is dismissed, you’ll want to make sure that charge doesn’t remain attached to you as part of a criminal record.
Even if an incident doesn’t result in a charge, the arrest report or incident report can remain on your record.
Having this kind of information remain attached to you can affect future employment, insurance, and more. That’s why we offer this member benefit across all plan levels to help you keep your record a clean slate.
What does Firearms Legal Protection do to help?
Firearms Legal Protection will fight to expunge records remaining from a Firearms Legal Protection covered incident (not resulting in a conviction) by funding attorney fees up to $5,000.
That’s considerably more than the average $2,000 to $3,000 cost of expungement.
Part of protecting yourself means protecting your record. So, we provide the Expungement Of Record benefit in order to ensure that our members don’t have negative, non-pertinent information on their record.
*This benefit is not available in Florida and Georgia.
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