If you have ever been arrested for a misdemeanor or a felony, the details of that arrest are part of the public record.
Some people believe that their arrest information is not accessible to the public because they were not formally charged with a crime after they were arrested or because they were charged with a crime and then later acquitted. Unfortunately, this simply is not true. Unless you take action to have your criminal record expunged or sealed, the information regarding your arrest or arrests remains in the public record, where it can have life-altering repercussions. Criminal Defense Attorney Gbenga Longe knows how important it is that your arrest information be removed from the public record so as to minimize its impact on your future and she will help you accomplish expungement or the sealing of your record whenever it is possible to do so.