What Is ARD Expungement? Am I Eligible?

If you are a first-time DUI offender, you may be eligible for Pennsylvania's accelerated rehabilitative disposition program (ARD). This program was designed to make the court process more efficient and give people a second chance to have a clean criminal record.

If you have questions regarding ARD expungements or your DUI charges, email us or call 717-303-3042 for a free initial consultation. Attorney Patrick F. Lauer Jr. has represented thousands of clients in Cumberland County and across the state on DUI charges. He has the proven skills to guide you down the right path.

You Have 30 Days To Take Advantage Of The ARD Program

The ARD expungement program in Pennsylvania offers a great opportunity for individuals to have their DUI/DWI charge completely wiped from their record criminal record. Timing is very critical since individuals only have 30 days to file for admittance. Also, first-time offenders are the only people who are eligible for consideration into this program.

Certain aspects of your DUI offense may make you ineligible for the ARD expungement program. At the Law Offices of Patrick F. Lauer, Jr. LLC, we will explain your situation to you and answer all of your questions about the course.

What Should You Expect In The ARD Program?

When you retain the services of Mr. Lauer, he will guide you through the entire ARD expungement process. There are many requirements that must be completed on time if you wish for your record to be free from your DUI charge. While you do not have to serve jail time, you will have to be on probation for an extended period of time and complete other required conditions.

Don't Wait To Contact Us For Help. Your Time Is Limited.

You do not want to lose your opportunity to take advantage of the ARD program. We encourage you to call our lawyer as soon as possible after an arrest for DUI.

You can reach our law firm 24/7 at 717-303-3042 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation. We offer flexible payment plans and accept major credit cards so you can afford a solid defense.