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Determine Your Eligibility for Expungement Today:   https://www.whitingandbruner.com/contact-us     WHITING & BRUNER, PLLC 1901 North Classen Boulevard, Suite 222 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73106 Office: (405) 525-6671 {Ask for Michael Whiting} Personal: (405) 517-3884 E-Mail: Whiting@WhitingandBruner.com Website: WhitingandBruner.com/contact-us Facebook: @WhitingandBruner / @CriminalRecordEraser ...

This is you. Sitting in the cage designed by society and guarded by your criminal record. Step One: Request and Review OSBI Criminal History Record The first step of the expungement process is analyzing your criminal history record provided by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI). In order to request a criminal history record, you can either click on the link provided and follow the instructions...

The days of begging an emotionless bureaucrat for a second chance are over! As of November 1, 2018, non-violent felony offenses no longer require a pardon from the Governor of the State of Oklahoma. Not only does this new law allow non-violent felony offenses to be expunged and sealed without a pardon from the Governor, it also reduces the waiting period necessary before an individual can...

Do not let fights of the past keep you from fighting for your future!   What is a Victim Protective Order?   A Victim Protective Order (VPO) is an order from the court that restricts the ability for people in a prior domestic relationship from contacting one another due to some form of abuse, harassment, threats, stalking and/or intimidation. Some States refer to this as a "restraining order" but...

Instead of constantly checking the calendar, let Whiting & Bruner remind you when you are expungement ready!   Are You Eligible For An Expungement?   Not all criminal charges allow you to complete the expungement process to have your criminal background sealed from public view. The most common type of criminal offense committed is a misdemeanor, and most misdemeanor offenses are eligible for an expungement.   The following types of...

WHAT IS A PARDON?   A Pardon is an official statement of forgiveness from the State of Oklahoma that restores an applicant’s civil rights, representing the Governor and the Pardon & Parole Board's opinion that a convicted felon has paid his penance to society for his criminal past, restoring and rights of citizenship.   WHY WOULD I WANT TO BE PARDONED?   A pardon is an official forgiveness for a previous...

Are you able to delete your arrest record? Types of Records Eligible for Expungement: 1. Misdemeanors 2. Non-Violent Felonies 3. Victim Protective Orders   What Information and Documentation Does an Expungement Conceal? 1. Record of the Arrest a. Booking Information and Photos 2. Charge(s) Filed Against You 3. Entire File Held by County/Municipality Where Charge(s) Filed 4. Any Related Criminal or Civil Proceedings Associated with Charge(s)   There are several...

Your fate is not sealed, just because you have been issued a traffic ticket, it does not necessarily mean that you have to pay it. In the event that you successfully contest your traffic violation, the ticket would be dismissed, and you would pay nothing.   Below, are a few tips as to how you can fight your traffic violation: Show that your conduct was necessary...

OKLAHOMA TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE   When ticketed for a traffic violation, many just write off the citation as a minor offense and pay the ticket. When you just pay the ticket, you have just pled guilty to the offense and are convicted of the violation. Consequently, you risk the possibility of increased insurance rates, adding points to your driving record, and other negative consequences. However, instead of...