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Los Angeles Criminal Lawyers, Matian & Moaddel, Launch New Website for Your Expungement Services

November 23, 2010

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 23, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Matian & Moaddel, criminal defense attorneys in Los Angeles, are launching their new website http://www.ExpungeCriminalRecordCA.com to provide valuable information to expunge criminal records in California.

Most individuals with a criminal record face a difficult time leading a normal life. A criminal record, especially a felony conviction, makes it very challenging to get or keep a high-paying job, to advance within a career, or to qualify for a home loan. Convicted felons trying to straighten out their lives often can’t even gain admission into a university, or get a bank loan to start a business.

Expunging criminal record can solve most of these problems. Once one’s record has been expunged, they are legally entitled to answer “No” on job, loan, and university applications that ask, “Have you ever been convicted of a crime?” Furthermore, when a background check is performed, in the vast majority of cases, their criminal record will not appear.

Once the criminal record is expunged, they can get back to leading a normal life. It is to help their clients lead a normal, productive life that Los Angeles lawyers Matian & Moaddel work so hard for their clients.

About Our Criminal Attorney in Los Angeles

Shawn Matian is a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer who specializes in post-conviction matters. At the Matian & Moaddel firm, Mr. Matian handles all felony and misdemeanor expungement cases. He has helped thousands of clients put their life back on track by reducing or clearing their criminal records.

Daniel Moaddel is the firm’s other criminal defense attorney and founding partner. His specialty is also post-conviction matters, but he has an additional focus on immigration, visa, and deportation issues. Like his partner Mr. Matian, Mr. Moaddel is extremely successful in helping his clients to overcome challenging issues and keeping their legal immigration status in the United States.

Visit their website, http://www.ExpungeCriminalRecordCA.com to learn more about the expungement process and whether your record will qualify. You might be surprised that, even if you served prison time, your record still might be eligible for expungement. You can also call 877-634-9529 or go to their office located at 145 S. Fairfax Ave., Suite 304 in Los Angeles, CA 90036.

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