If you were convicted of a felony, it will follow you around for a very long time. A felony on your record can prevent you from getting a job, renting or buying a home, and many other things. After a few years, some employers may not consider a felony as heavily if you haven't been in trouble since then. Still, there is always a chance your record could prevent you from doing something you want to do.
After I was accused of committing crime that I knew I wasn't guilty of, I realized that there were a few things I needed to take care of, and fast. For starters, I needed to focus on fighting for my reputation by working with a criminal attorney. I started looking around for a great lawyer who was qualified to take my case, and I was able to find a professional that I really felt comfortable with. They had a ton of experience and a commitment to keeping me happy, and within a few short months I was proven innocent. This blog is all about fighting for what you know is right.