VONNIE C. DONES III, ESQ.

 

book-cover

Published by Dones House Publishing

ORDER YOUR COPY:

AMAZON (Kindle) (Paperback)

BARNES & NOBLEĀ (E-book) (Paperback)

LEGAL CLEANUP (Pdf version)

VONNIE’S LATEST BOOK

LEGAL CLEANUP FOR NEW JERSEYANS:

HOW TO EXPUNGE YOUR CRIMINAL OR JUVENILE RECORD IN NEW JERSEY, 1ST EDITION

Has your criminal record placed your life on hold? Are you tired of your past mistakes affecting your future? This comprehensive book can help you clean your criminal record and get your life back on track. Clearing your criminal record can lead to better job, housing, and loan opportunities. Learn how to expunge your criminal and/or juvenile record in New Jersey. Find out if your conviction is eligible for expungement. We provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to expunge your criminal and/or juvenile record in New Jersey. Don’t put your life on the back burner. Expunge you criminal record and take control over your life!

Have multiple convictions? Discover which conviction combinations are eligible for expungement. This book provides you with access to the forms you will need to expunge your criminal record in New Jersey. Worried about private background check companies releasing your criminal history report after you have legally expunged your criminal record? We provide you with the information you will need to stop them in their tracks!

Making a mistake on your expungement application can lead to the court rejecting your application. No need to stress about dotting your I’s and crossing your T’s if you have this book to guide you along the way. This book also provides information on how to use LegalCleanup.com to make your expungement experience easier.

VONNIE C. DONES III, ESQ.

Bar Admissions & Professional Associations and Memberships

VONNIE DONES III, Esq. is an attorney licensed to practice in New York and New Jersey. He is a member of the American Bar Association, New York Bar Association, New Jersey Bar Association, New York City Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section of the New York State Bar Association, and Young Lawyers Section of the New York State Bar Association.

Overview

The idea that you can work hard and achieve your dreams of going to college, getting a good job, and raising a family is the cornerstone of American society. Unfortunately, the economic and social consequences of having a criminal record in today’s society can stand in the way of your dreams and negatively impact your life forever. A conviction or an arrest for a criminal or disorderly persons offense means that you have a criminal history record that is publicly available for everyone to see. Contrary to popular belief, dismissed or dropped charges or a not guilty verdict by a judge or jury does not mean that you automatically escape the ostracism associated with having a criminal record. You beat the case but not the rep. Unfortunately, anyone who sees your criminal record will unfairly view your innocence with skepticism. The simple solution is to expunge your criminal record and restore your reputation. Otherwise, your criminal record could haunt you for the rest of your life.