It is not uncommon to hear of a couple who gets into a heated argument and the police are called to the scene. Often, a person is charged for assault, or uttering threats immediately and they are sent to the police station to get fingerprinted.
Once a person is fingerprinted by the police, even if the charge is later withdrawn in court or discharged either by absolute discharge or conditional discharge, the person’s criminal charge can be seen by the public. This is a problem because most employers are doing criminal checks and even the withdrawn charge can be seen by the public as well as peace bonds and stayed charges.
It is important to obtain a file destruction in the event of a criminal charge so that ultimately the criminal charge will be removed and not be seen. If you have been convicted of a crime, then you will need a Pardon (Record Suspension) to remove your criminal record from the public.
Below is an email we received from a client who was in a similar predicament and needed a file destruction to remove his criminal record of assault:
Year 2010 – my life was taken by significant turmoil on both personal and professional front, due to some false complaints filed by my ex-wife to the Toronto Police. Quite evidently, she was an anti-social, fraudaulent female who knew how to misuse the law to the maximum to her advantage, for her own financial and other benefits. Misusing the highly female biased laws, she roped me in some false charges and fled to India immediately. Although I got acquitted from the charges eventually, my records were damaged by her complaints. I was in dire straits, not knowing how to get my records cleaned.
It was then, when I found Pardons Canada in Toronto, which was located very close to where I was staying in Toronto. I hadn’t dealt with them before, so I wasn’t sure of the type of services they offer – nonetheless driven by circumstances, I had no other choice but to proceed with them. Pardons Canada opened my file with a very professional counselling, thereby advising me of the timeframes and commitments at their end. I was on work permit in Canada and had left for India upon completion of my assignment. I was assured by the truely professional staff of Pardons Canada that my file will be processed as committed, my leaving the country wouldn’t impact the processing of the file. I updated my contact details of India and was being regularly updated by Pardons Canada of the progress of my file – as per commitment, I was delighted to get the official record of destruction from Toronto Police Department.
It was a real pleasure to work with Pardons Canada and would like to convey my sincere thanks for their high degree of professionalism in getting my records cleaned. It is a great relief for me!! I would like to very strongly recommend anyone in similar situation to avail services of the commitment, professionalism of Pardons Canada without any hesitation or any second thoughts.
Once again, thanks for much for your assistance.