Off My Record and The Law Office of Isaac Blumberg offers a wide variety of services to help people ease back into society. We will begin work quickly – within 24 hours of hearing from you – to expunge your misdemeanor and felony convictions, reduce felony charges to misdemeanors, seal your juvenile records, modify your probation or strike prior convictions, among other services. More importantly, we can help you put distance between yourself and your criminal history, and begin life anew.

  • from $350 for misdemeanors
  • from $899 for felonies
  • We offer credit terms

Here is a complete list of all our services. Click on any service for more information.

Misdemeanor Expungement

Misdemeanors such as petty theft, public intoxication, disorderly conduct, reckless driving and some drug possessions are considered “lesser” criminal acts – but they are still criminal acts. They are usually punished with fines or time in a local jail, and can result in the loss of everyday privileges like professional licenses, public offices or public employment.

Expungement generally refers to the cleansing of your criminal record, or the sealing and destruction of arrest and/or conviction information. An expungement proceeding can potentially make the underlying criminal records dismissed through state or Federal repositories. These records are said, then, to be “expunged.”

A misdemeanor expungement is not a pardon. When you have your misdemeanor expunged, your criminal record is not erased. However, the finding of guilt in your misdemeanor case will be changed to a dismissal. This is important, because you can then honestly and legally respond to a question about your criminal history by saying you have not been convicted of a crime.

Felony Expungement

Felony crimes are generally, but not limited to: aggravated assault and/or battery, arson, burglary, illegal drug use/sales, grand theft, robbery, murder, rape and vandalism on federal property. If convicted of a felony, you could spend time in a prison (whereas misdemeanor time is typically served in a jail) and lose privileges such as professional licenses or the ability to hold public offices or gain public employment.

Expungement generally refers to the cleansing of your criminal record, or the sealing and destruction of arrest and/or conviction information. An expungement proceeding can potentially make the underlying criminal records dismissed through state or Federal repositories. These records are said, then, to be “expunged.”

A felony expungement is not a pardon. When you have your felony expunged, your criminal record is not erased. However, the finding of guilt in your felony case will be changed to a dismissal. This is important, because you can then honestly and legally respond to a question about your criminal history by saying you have not been convicted of a crime.