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I have only been her client for a short time but she is very knowledgeable and responds to you in a timely manner. I would definitely recommend her to friends


1 payments of $750

Or flat rate $750

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Broad eligiblity statement - Broad benefit statement With more than 80 percent of employers conducting background checks, REMEDY is a great investment.  See the Benefits section for more benefits. More detailed eligibility statement.   Take the free online eligibly test to see if you are eligible. The courts operate on a first-come, first served basis, so the sooner you start, the sooner your record is cleared.  See the FAQ section to see how long this procedure typcially takes and answers to other questions. Our flat-fee includes all costs.  We will conduct the research, file the necessary motions, respond to written or oral opposition from the District attorney, and send one of our attorneys to court to argue the case in front of the judge. We have helped hundreds of people clear their record in STATE.  We serve all of STATE.  Our low-price and money back guarantee are unbeatable.  Trust us to make sure you get a great deal and the maximum amount of relief.


  1. Provide us with as much case details as possible. Do not worry if you do not have everything. We perform case research at no extra charge.
    1. Attorney creates strategy for your case and prepares necessary motions and evidence.
    2. You receive and introductory call or email from the attorney and case manager assigned to your case.
    3. You receive an online account so you can see up to the minute details about your case 24 hours a day.
    4. Attorney sends you a questionnaire for you to complete online that asks you to talk about your goals, accomplishment and need for relief.
    5. Attorney creates strategy for your case and prepares necessary motions and evidence.
    6. Attorney sends the motion and evidence to the court and district attorney.
    7. Attorney files a written response to any written objection from the district attorney.
    8. Attorney attends the hearing and argues against any oral objection from the district attorney.
    9. Judge determines whether relief can be granted.
    10. We send you an order signed by the judge showing your record is cleared.