The First Felony Expungements in Kentucky History July 14, 2016 By Brad Clark 2 Comments Thank you all for all the support! So happy to be up late helping all of you that deserve it so much! Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Related
Wooowhooo! They always say the first step is the hardest, so here’s to the first all-nighter that is the beginning of a new chapter for many!
You guys are the best! Latte wishes headed your way!
Happy Expungement Day!
I have been waiting for more than 2 decades for an expungement law in Kentucky. My first cousin had alerted me to the legislation more than three years ago and it has finally been passed and signed into law. It makes perfect sense to have an attorney represent you in matters of this importance because you never know if there will have to be motions filed or other obstacles that come up unexpectedly. Its always best to have representation.
Along the way, I noticed that Brad Clark and his law firm were mentioned time and again. I even read the articles on USA Today, The Wallstreet Journal as well as the Courier Journal and was impressed with Mr. Clark in every way. I knew I had to have him and his firm to represent me in my application for expungement.
I took the online assessment, filled out the necessary papers and sent them in. Mr. Clark kept in touch concerning the status and progress of my case and I felt at ease that I had him as my lawyer. He’s the kind of attorney that gives lawyers a good name.
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!”