Colorado Springs Record Sealing Lawyer

Get Help from an Experienced Criminal Defense Firm


Please Note:

Your Record Sealing cannot be a conviction and we only seal records in and around El Paso County.


Having a criminal record can hinder your ability to obtain steady employment, receive loans, or secure housing. If you are dealing with a juvenile case you want expunged or a record you want sealed, I can help! With more than 15 years of legal experience, I have the intimate knowledge of Colorado law necessary to seeking an expungement or sealed record. When you work with Geoff Heim, Attorney, LLC, you can have confidence knowing I will help you take the most effective approach to regaining your freedom and your reputation.

For a free consultation of your case, contact my firm at 719.722.3254 today!

Pursue a Record-Free Future

You need an experienced Colorado Springs criminal defense lawyer to handle your record sealing case. My legal experience has led to my recognition in Colorado Springs as one of the best.

I have been recognized in a number of nominations and positions, including:

  • Former Board Chair of, and receiver of the Captain's Award, from Safe Passage, the Children's Advocacy Center of the Pikes Peak Region
  • Named Professional of the Year by the Association of Retarded Citizens (ARC) of the Pike's Peak Region
  • Recognized as one of the three Top DUI attorneys in a survey of legal peers and judges, as featured in Colorado Springs Style Magazine
  • Teacher of criminal procedure and evidence for law enforcement personnel and lawyers

In these and other areas, I have been able to grow and demonstrate my legal knowledge. My approach to legal matters is informed by nearly 10 years as a Deputy District Attorney, as well as experience in prosecution and criminal defense. With my knowledge, I can guide you in the best approach to clearing your records and continuing life with the financial opportunities you need.

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The difference between expunging and sealing a record is that expungement makes it as if the record does not exist. Sealing a record simply prevents most parties from accessing your record. For instance, employers and landlords would not be able to see a sealed record, protecting your reputation when applying for a job or housing. In Colorado, only juvenile records are eligible for expungement.

Juvenile records are eligible for expungement if:

  • They have been acquitted of the charge
  • They got through a juvenile diversion program
  • They have not been convicted of an aggravated or violent crime
  • They stay do not commit anymore offenses after the incident

If you are an adult and were not convicted, you may only have your records sealed. This includes situations where charges were dismissed or charges were not filed. Even then, there may be some circumstances that require you to wait to seal your records. For example, if your case was dismissed as a result of a plea agreement, your records may not be sealed for 10 years.

After a thorough review of your situation, I can advise you on the best possible courses of action. I work with each client to understand his or her unique situation and will always defend the rights and freedoms of Colorado citizens. Contact my Colorado Springs expungement firm for more information.

Contact Geoff Heim, Attorney, LLC today!

As a seasoned attorney, I understand that each person's situation is unique. I provide individualized service for every client to ensure their comfort with, and confidence in, my representation. As an experienced Colorado Springs expungement attorney, I can help you navigate the often complicated process of pursuing sealing of past criminal records. To learn more, contact Geoff Heim, Attorney, LLC today!

Complete a case evaluation or call my office for your free consultation.