if i have an old charge 20 years ago of riding in a car reported stolen and i used a fake name but they took my fingerprints so it has now come up when i did a backround check the case was dismissed because the charges were dropped i had no idea it was the drivers girlfriends car and she was mad, but now i want to clear this upwhat should i do
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You can get your arrest expunged. Call my office if you are interested in doing this. Thank you.
Sincerely yours, -Ronald Aronds, Esq.-
Expungment is the possible answer. Where did this take place
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