Criminal Records

While most people understand that criminal charges should be taken very seriously, many do not realize the impact that a conviction can have on your permanent record. Persons who have been convicted of a crime may be forced to deal with the lasting consequences of their actions and may discover that it has an effect on their ability to find employment in the future.

If you have been accused of a serious crime, it is important to have an experienced criminal attorney on your side to help defend your rights and your livelihood. For more information about criminal charges and your criminal record, contact the Milwaukee criminal attorneys of Hart Powell, S.C. at (414) 271-9595.

Criminal Records

For individuals who have been convicted of felonies or misdemeanors, a criminal record will list the basic information about their convictions. This will typically include:

  • Felonies and misdemeanors that have not been expunged
  • The county and jurisdiction where the crime took place
  • Traffic violations that have not been expunged
  • Open or pending cases (if applicable)
  • Outstanding warrants (if applicable)

A criminal conviction can have a lasting effect on your personal and professional life. Persons with certain blemishes on their criminal record may find it difficult to find a job, work in certain sectors, or find housing.

Contact Us

If you have been accused of a serious crime, you have the right to defend yourself in a court of law. For help with your defense, contact the Milwaukee criminal lawyers of Hart Powell, S.C. at (414) 271-9595 today.

Written by Michael Hart & Craig Powell

Last Updated : January 13, 2016