We offer prospective clients in New York the following three sealing packages: (1) Attorney Basic Package, an attorney-drafted sealing motion with all supporting documents, (2) Attorney Plus Package, an attorney-drafted sealing motion with legal advice and coaching starting from the drafting of your sealing documents to the filing of your documents with the court, and (3) Attorney Complete Package, with full legal representation, which includes, but not limited to, the mailing of your sealing documents, appearing in court on your behalf, and a written response to a prosecutor’s objection. Our Resource Center can assist you in determining which option is best for you. Our Resource Center provides answers to a number of clickable questions listed below. We provide you with a basic understanding of New York Sealing Law, so that you can make an informed decision as to which sealing package option is best for you. The Vonnie C. Dones III, ESQ. Resource Center is designed to provide general legal information and is not a substitute for legal advice provided by an attorney. New Record Sealing Law in New York was passed on April 16, 2017, effective on October 2017. Under the new § 160.59 of New York’s Criminal Procedure Law, you will be able to seal up to two criminal convictions (only one felony) for all crimes (except violent felonies, sex crimes and class A felonies) after a 10-year waiting period from the date of your conviction or release from prison.


Have Questions?

Contact Us Here
We are standing by 24/7
Call Us: (929) 251-4576
To schedule a phone appointment


The communication contains a dramatization and does not depict actual events or real persons.