Felony Criminal Record Expunged
On April 30, 2012, an attorney from The Weiland Firm, PLC appeared in a Virginia Circuit Court with a client who was originally charged with felony unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. After getting the case dismissed the attorney successfully convinced the judge to expunge the client’s record. Thanks to the attorney’s effort, the client not only avoided a serious felony conviction, but as a result of the expungement his record is now perfectly clean and there is no record of the arrest.
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