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Remove criminal record from the internet
How to remove a criminal record from the internet
Criminal convictions that appear on the internet are often hugely detrimental to anyone who tries to get their life back on track after being convicted by a court of any offence. Naturally, the more serious the conviction is, the more you would want publications of it to go away, particularly if you are entitled to be rehabilitated by law.
We have some of the most experienced solicitors in the UK who have removed thousands of criminal records from the internet on behalf of their clients. Our solicitors have a combined experience, larger than any other law firm in the world, in making successful criminal record removal applications to Google and to other internet search engines, as well as to newspaper publishers and to website operators all over the world.
If you have a criminal record that is still public, no matter how old you are or how long the criminal record has been published on the internet, and if you are serious about having it removed from the internet, read the articles on this website or call our super friendly lawyers for initial legal advice.
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