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Traffic Expungement Lawyers in Pennsylvania

A traffic citation can be a nuisance that can impact your ability to obtain and maintain a job.  A long history of traffic offenses can cause you employer or potential employer to have a negative view of you or view you as reckless or careless.  Most traffic citations, such as speeding, careless driving, and driving on a suspended license or without a license our summary offenses that may be eligible for expungement after a period of five years.  An expungement of your court record or criminal record is not the same as your penndot record and an expungement petition from the court will not result in an expungement of a penndot record.

In Pennsylvania, a summary level traffic offense can be expunged through a formal expungment process that our office can handle on your behalf, a period of five years after the date of the underlying summary offense and have not been arrested since.  

Learn more about getting your summary criminal record expunged, from experienced Pennsylvania Traffic Expungement Lawyers that are knowledgeable about Pennsylvania Expungement laws and can advise whether you are eligible for an expungement of your traffic offense.

We are based in suburban Philadelphia in Chester County with  main locations in West Chester, Kennett Square PA and Downingtown/Exton PA and serve all of Pennsylvania including Chester County, Berks County, Bucks County, Delaware County, Lancaster County and Montgomery County.  We charge reasonable fees and offer reasonable means to make payment including credit card options.   Contact Ciccarelli Lawyers to speak to a Traffic Expungement Lawyer today.  Call toll free (877) 529-2422

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Main Office: 304 North High Street, West Chester PA 19348 Contact Us at (610) 620-8700 Toll Free (877) 529-2422

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Criminal Charges

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Criminal Charges

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Criminal Records

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Pardons

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