Wednesday June 7, 2017

Terry Sheppard Offers Criminal Record Suspensions/Pardons Assistance

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BOYNECLARKE LLP is pleased to announce that Criminal Law Lawyer Terry Sheppard is available to assist clients in applying for record suspensions/pardons.

Terry has assisted many clients with their application for record suspensions/pardons and understands the process and eligibility criteria required of an applicant.  He will determine what type of conviction you have and advise you on the course of action available.  Having a criminal record can affect future employment, child custody, education, citizenship volunteering and travel.  If you are eligible for a record suspension/pardon, it is important and recommended that you consider the process.

Terry is available for a flat fee of $1500 plus HST.  This includes the $631 filing fee, $25 criminal record search fee, and up to one fingerprinting fee from the local police.  If you require assistance or more information please contact Terry Sheppard or visit our criminal law page for assistance.

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