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Clear Your Kentucky Criminal Record
A new law could clear your record. Start your free evaluation now.
Unconvicted.com is operated by Bradley Clark, Attorney at Law.
Clear Your Record. Change Your Life.
If you have ever been convicted of a crime, you know how your record can prevent you from achieving your goals. A mistake you made years ago can follow you around like a scarlet letter and prevent you from getting jobs, loans, college admissions, and housing. Ninety-two percent of employers perform background checks on potential employees, and one small mistake can disqualify you from all of those jobs.
Unconvicted.com is the fast convenient, online way to erase your old mistakes by expunging your criminal record. Most misdemeanor convictions and many non-violent Class D felony convictions qualify to be wiped clean, so you can get back to work, back to school, and back to voting.
Unconvicted was created to ensure that everyone who is eligible to clear their record has a chance to do so. To see if you qualify to have your convictions erased, complete the free online assessment and an experienced criminal defense attorney will review your record. You will then be contacted with a range of affordable options to clear your record and brighten your future.
Get your second chance, get Unconvicted.
The Case Assessment Process is Easy, Fast, and Free
Step One: Call or Use the Web App
In less than ten minutes, you can find out if you are a good candidate to have your record cleared. Want to call? Just dial 859-474-0001, toll-free.
Step Two: A Lawyer Reviews Your Record
Within 72 hours of completing the online assessment, an experienced Kentucky criminal defense lawyer will review court records to see if you qualify.
Step Three: Learn About Your Options
The attorney who reviewed your record will contact you and explain your expungement options.
About Brad Clark
I believe in justice, equality, and basic human dignity. I believe that every person is more than the worst decision that they ever made. I believe that through compassion, empathy, and real, emotional connection that I will find justice for all of my clients.
Who I am, and why I want to help you succeed.
As a trial attorney, I've seen lots of good people get caught up in bad situations. I've always believed that every person is better than the worst decision they've ever made. That's why I always fought hard for my clients, getting acquittals at trial at every level from misdemeanors to murder.
When I heard that our law was changing to help more people clear their record, I knew that I had to be a part of that. Our lawmakers said they wanted to help people get back to work, but they've made the process confusing and more complicated than it needs to be. I created Unconvicted because I want everyone who is eligible to have a chance to clear their record. So far, we've helped over a thousand people find out if they are eligible to clear their records; and the press has taken note of it too, with articles in USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, and the front page of the Louisville Courier-Journal.
So, keep scrolling down and have a look around the site. I think you'll find it's exactly what you were looking for.
All the best,
Here's why you'll love using Unconvicted
It Works on Any Device
From smart phones to super computers, if you can access the internet, you can start the process today.
Simply complete the assessment and an attorney will contact you within 72 hours with your options. In many cases, it will be much quicker.
From the free assessment, to the reasonably priced packages, clearing your record is more attainable than ever. There are even monthly payment options.
All of the packages are overseen by an experienced criminal defense lawyer dedicated to getting your record cleared.
See What Our Clients Are Saying:
Two months later, I got a phone call with the best news I have received in more than 20 years: "Congratulations! You've been unconvicted!"
We Wrote the Book on Expungements in Kentucky
After expunging over one thousand charges, we wanted to share our experience, tips, and tricks. So I wrote a book! The physical copy of the book for lawyers will be published later this year. If you have any questions about the expungement law, check out this condensed, electronic version right now!
What You'll Learn
- Why You Need an Expungement
- How to Identify Eligible Charges
- The Types of Expungements
- How Some Charges Can Be Expunged Early
See What the Press is Saying:
USA Today: Lawyer Creates Web App to Help Felons.
"People log on and answer a series of questions in plain English about their criminal history. Within 72 hours they receive a free assessment from Clark about whether they qualify under the law to have their records expunged."
Kentucky.com: Lawyer Creates a Free App to Help People Remove Felony Convictions
"A Lexington lawyer has created a free app that helps people expunge lesser felony convictions. The app, called unconvicted.com, walks a former offender through a series of questions to determine whether he or she can have a conviction removed from court records as if it had never happened."
CBS 12: Web App to Help Kentuckians Figure Out If Their Records Can Be Wiped Clear
"It is designed to help people convicted of crimes get their records clean, so they can get back to work, apply for loans or housing, which are typically things that can be denied if you have a criminal record.
The web app allows you to fill out a 12 question questionnaire, and then within 72 hours you will receive an assessment to see if you have a good case for expungement."
Lawyerist.com: Web Apps for Justice with Brad Clark
"One of the things I think is really cool about what Brad’s doing is that it’s not just a marketing tool, it’s not just him trying to figure out who that goes to his website can be a client and how he can get them to hire him, he’s also trying to actually solve people’s problems who otherwise aren’t going to hire him and aren’t going to have their problems solved"
The Unconvicted Package
The full-service package, at one flat-fee. The attorney that reviews your record will identify any offenses that can be erased, meet with you, draft all of the necessary documents, file them in the relevant court, and make all court appearances on your behalf.
- Attorney Filed, Attorney Argued
- Meet Where You Want
- Monthly Payment Options Available
- Unlimited Phone Support
Don't Miss Work. Don't Hire a Babysitter.
Everyone is busier than ever. Missing work to drive downtown, to try to find a place to park, to try to find a lawyers office, just to wait in a waiting room is a drag. With the Unconvicted package, you don't have to worry about that. Many clients never even have to leave their home to take care of their expungement. In most cases, we can handle all of the documents completely online.
Of course, if you would rather meet at the Clark Law Offices, that's an option too.
What are you waiting for?
- Take the Assessment
- Get Your Record Reviewed
- Find out Your Options
Solutions for Kentuckians—state wide!
Unconvicted was created with the idea that everyone that is eligible to clear their record should have a chance. We service almost every county in Kentucky, and most clients never even have to leave their home to go to court.
Enter your zip code to see if you are in the full-service area.
The Online Reputation Package
Even if your case is cleared from court records, some people may be able to find some remnants of it online. With the Online Reputation Package, the far reaches of the Internet will be scoured looking for evidence of your arrest or conviction. Once found, your attorney will attempt to negotiate the removal of the records, and if successful, have the remaining records removed from search engines.
- Everything in the Unconvicted Package
- A Thorough Search of the Internet
- Negotiation to Have Records Removed
- Deletion from Search Engine Records
Negotiated removal from mugshot websites can be expensive. The quoted price only includes legal fees for the negotiation process. A new law could make this process easier. Wait for updates.
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