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Oregon Criminal Record Expungement, Sealing, Pardons, and Restoration of Rights

Oregon Criminal Expungement & Record Clearing Services

Expunging your criminal history is the first part in taking control of your life. Have you been arrested? Did that arrest turn into a conviction in Oregon? Good news, if you’re eligible, you can expunge either the arrest and/or the conviction!

Oregon realizes that you make mistakes and have designed their laws to help their citizens rectify their past and provide for a better future.

Oregon makes criminal records particularly available to the public, meaning that your personal information can be accessed by anybody with an internet connection and a few dollars to spend.

Our Expungement Law Firm is committed to restoring and protecting your privacy, and will work relentlessly to help you leave your record in the past.

Expungements of Convictions

Expungements in Oregon are generally limited to Misdemeanors, Class C Felonies, and certain Class B Felonies relating to Marijuana. Traffic crimes violations such as speeding, traffic crimes such as DUII, sex crimes, violent felonies covered by Measure 11, offenses relating to children, and sex offenses are typically not eligible to be set aside. Obtaining an expungement essentially results in the complete destruction of a criminal file-it is completely deleted from the public record as if it never happened. Afterwards, you can legally state that you have not been arrested or convicted of the expunged crime.

For qualifying offenses, three years from the date of conviction must pass before the criminal record relating to the conviction and its proceedings to begin the process. If you have been convicted of any other crimes (excluding traffic offenses), this waiting period is extended to 10 years. Once the applicable waiting period has passed, you must meet each of the following conditions below.

You will typically qualify for expungement of certain convictions in Oregon if:

  • Three years has passed since the conviction;
  • You have not been convicted of a non-traffic offense within the last 10 years;
  • You are not currently being prosecuted for a crime; and
  • Your have not had another conviction set-aside in the last ten years

These rules can be complex, so contact our experienced attorneys to see if you qualify for expungement-we are happy to provide a FREE consultation to let you know what your options are to clear your criminal record.

Expungements of Oregon Arrests, Dismissals, or Acquittals

Charges resulting in dismissals or not-guilty verdicts do not have a waiting period, and may be expunged immediately if you meet the requirements below. However, for arrests where there were no charges ever brought, a one year waiting period applies in addition to the requirements below.

You will typically qualify for expungement of an arrest, dismissal, or acquittal in Oregon if:

  • You must have successfully completed all conditions imposed on you by the court;
  • You must not have been convicted of another crime within the previous 10 years (excluding traffic violations);
  • You cannot be currently under prosecution for a criminal offense (excluding traffic violations); and
  • You have not had another conviction set-aside in the last ten years.

These rules can be complex, so contact our experienced attorneys to see if you qualify to have your record sealed-we are happy to provide a free consultation to let you know what your options are to clear your criminal record.

Click here to view the Oregon Expungement Statute.

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Portland, OR 97204
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Oregon Frequently Asked Questions

Do I qualify for an expungement in Oregon?
The easiest way to find out is by taking our confidential, free Eligibility Test. In the alternative, you can refer to the above paragraphs to have a better idea of your eligibility. Give us a call at 844-947-3732 to speak with a criminal records analyst or attorney today!
I do not qualify, anything else I can do?
If you are not qualified for the above services but are still looking for ways to improve your life, one of our affiliates has an alternative to remove your records and personal information from the private online background check databases that matter the most. You can find out more about this service at www.recordshield.com. Note, however, that this is not a legal service that, and is not a substitute for an expungement.
How much do I pay for the services?
Currently we charge between $850 to $1,200 for services in Oregon. We offer payment plans based on the client’s needs, and a refund policy when circumstances apply. Contact us today to get a tailored quote – we always offer discounts to clients ready to take actions!
What do I need to do to get started?
If you are reading this – you have already started the right course of action! Contact us so that our experts can start handling your expungement/restricted access right away.
Why should I choose WipeRecord to handle my expungement?
Having your record expunged is not an easy process – there are many subtle rules that need to be followed for you to be successful. Hiring us to obtain an expungement access on your behalf will give you peace of mind, ensuring it is done correctly and as quickly as possible, and increasing your chances of success. We will handle any objections the District Attorney may present, send a licensed attorney to argue your case in court if need be, and write letters to potential employers indicating that your case has been reopened and is in the process of being removed from your criminal record, all at an unbeatable price.
How long do I have to wait for the petition to be granted?
The most frequently question we hear from clients is – how long do I have to wait? We understand the importance of working efficiently so we try our best to move things forward. However, an expungement usually takes several months to obtain, depending on the particular county, and sometimes the particular court.
Am I required to go to court?
Typically, clients do not have to show up in court for us to do our job. Under rare circumstances where you are required to attend a hearing, we will be there every step of the way and make sure you have nothing to worry about.

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The Benefits of a Clean Record

  • Get the job you want and make more money
  • Travel internationally without worrying
  • Reduce the cost of loans and insurance
  • Quit worrying about what people will find in a background check
  • Truthfully tell employers that you have not been convicted
  • Put your past mistakes behind you

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Marion, Morrow, Union, Wheeler, Washington, Wasco, Wallowa, Yamhill, Umatilla, Tillamook, Sherman, Polk, Multnomah, Linn, Lincoln, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jackson, Jefferson, Josephine, Klamath, Lane, Lake, Douglas, Gilliam, Curry, Deschutes, Coos, Columbia, Crook, Clatsop, Clackamas, Benton, Baker,
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