The Law Firm of Richard Glen Boire specializes in California expungements and other post-conviction relief. We've been representing clients in California since 1990, and have a 1st Class reputation with the California State Bar Association. Learn more about the Law Firm of Richard Glen Boire.
Why Us? Expertise, Focus, Commitment
With a recent slew of websites offering to "erase you record" here's why we stand out from the crowd. Learn why we are trusted expungement experts that you can count on.
Most of our clients come to us because of our national reputation as experts in expunging misdemeanor and felony convictions. Learn more about having us expunge your conviction, by reading our short expungement fact sheet, or our longer expungement FAQ. [Consumer Alert - Don't Get Ripped Off! Read Me!]
Some felony convictions can be reduced to misdemeanors prior to expunging them. The benefits are many, including you will no longer be an "ex-felon." Learn more about having us reduce your felony and expunge it.
Your official state criminal record is maintained by the California Department of Justice. Learn more about what's on your criminal record, and about having our law firm review a copy and prepare a complete record-cleaning strategy for you.
A Certificate of Rehabilitation restores just about all of your civil rights, and ends any duty to register. Learn more about a Certificate of Rehabilitation.
If you were wrongly arrested and never prosecuted, we can petition to have all the records of your arrest sealed and destroyed. Learn more about Sealing Records of an Arrest.
In 2003, California law was changed to make it possible to seal the records of your case if you were granted and successfully completed drug diversion or a deferred entry of judgment program. Learn more about Sealing Records of a Drug Diversion or DEJ Case.
About Expunging a Sex-Offense
Only some sex-offenses are expungable. Learn more about expunging a sex-offense.
We represent clients seeking a pardon from California's governor. One major benefit of a pardon is that it is restores lost gun rights. Learn more about having us apply for your pardon.
We represent clients who have been convicted of a felony offense and are seeking to appeal their case to the Court of Appeals, the California Supreme Court, and/or the United States Supreme Court. If you have recently (i.e., within the past 30 days) been conviced of a felony in California, we may be able to get your conviction reversed on appeal or your prison sentence reduced. Learn more about having us handle your criminal appeal.
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