Public Intoxication | Underage Possession Of Alcohol
Public Intoxication charges Va. Code § 18.2-388 and Underage Possession of Alcohol charges frequently occur in Blacksburg, Va. near the campus of Virginia Tech. DO NOT PREPAY YOUR PUBLIC INTOXICATION TICKET! As a result of pre-paying a fine for public intoxication, you will have a GUILTY CONVICTION AND A CRIMINAL RECORD that will not be eligible for expungement!. This is extremely important for international students. Call Joel today at 540-961-5297 to explore your options. Joel is a Blacksburg, Va. Public Intoxication Lawyer that regularly works with clients to help dismiss these charges. Joel’s assistance often results in the client being eligible for expungement.
Blacksburg Va. Public Intoxication Lawyer
Joel Jackson is Blacksburg Va. Public Intoxication Lawyer that can help to most likely expunge your charge. Have you considered how a criminal record may affect your future employment or academic opportunities? Expungement is the civil process of sealing or removing criminal records from public view. In Virginia. The charge and outcome of your case must meet a certain criteria In order for expungement.
Does Your Criminal Charge Qualify For Expungment?
To have your criminal charge qualify for expungement:
1) The criminal charge must have been previously dismissed without you having plead guilty or no contest
2) and without a judge making a finding on the dispositional order of “evidence sufficient for guilt”,
3)and you having stipulated to the judge that in your case there “existed evidence sufficient for guilt”.
Determining whether your charge qualifies for an expungement can be complex. Joel can review your case that was dismissed or nolle prossed to determine if your legal matter qualifies. In many cases, you may have entered into a first-time offender program on a plea of not guilty In Montgomery County, Va. charged for underage possession of alcohol, public intoxication, or possession of fake ID . In these cases, a person will usually qualify for an expungement.
Montgomery County, Va. Expungement Lawyer
It is important to remember the time frame that is required to complete the expungement process. A Montgomery County, VA. Expungement Lawyer can help. From the filing of the petition for expungement to the conclusion of having your criminal charge sealed will normally require six months. In certain instances it may take longer. If you are interested in pursuing an expungement of your criminal record, do not wait until you are applying for school or your next job. Waiting till the last moment could mean that your expungement would not be complete prior to having a school or potential employer review your criminal record. I
The Law Office of Joel S. Jackson PC has helped hundreds of good people like you in the Virginia Tech and Radford University communities, and throughout Southwest Virginia, navigate through the expungement process. Call now for a free expungement consultation at 540-961-5297 (LAWS).