What Is Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition?
- Am I eligible for ARD?
Eligibility depends on the particular facts of the case and the district attorney’s discretion. However, if you were charged with a misdemeanor such as DUI, shoplifting or possession of drug paraphernalia at Penn State, you will likely be eligible for ARD.
- Will an expungement erase all traces of my conviction?
An expungement will make it possible for you to legally say that you have never been arrested or convicted of a crime. If a potential employer or another party runs a background check on you, your record will come up clean. However, an expungement will not destroy any newspaper stories about the incident or other private records.
- Why should I hire a lawyer?
ARD applications come with numerous procedural requirements, and these requirements differ from county to county. Without someone on your side who understands the details, your application may easily be denied. The same applies to expungements. Each county has its own particular procedures, so retaining a professional is a wise choice. Our attorneys are familiar with the unique requirements in Centre County and the neighboring areas.
Learn More About ARD In A Free Consultation
Discover if an ARD disposition or an expungement is possible for you. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our lawyers today by calling Decker Bradburn, Attorneys at Law at 814-470-8023. You can also contact us online 24/7. We respond promptly to all messages.