Dismiss your conviction for only $499

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Welcome to ClearYourNameFast.com

Convicted of a misdemeanor? Dismiss it, clean up your criminal record, and improve your job prospects!

Attorney Mark Blair, licensed in California, will assist you in getting your conviction dismissed. Mark has practiced law in California for over 30 years and has successfully helped many persons dismiss their convictions.

This is the bottom line: we are the best, most inexpensive and fastest way to get your conviction dismissed. No one can beat the price, service or speed that we offer. We specialize in JUST California misdemeanor dismissals!

Here's all you do: please go to the "do I qualify page" and answer six simple questions. Pay your fee, and in ONLY 15 minutes, you can have the forms that you need to sign be printed from your computer! That’s right: day or night, 15 minutes. This is a fully automated site that blows all the competition away. We are so confident in our results that we offer a full money back guarantee.

After you print and sign the forms, there will be instructions about sending them to me so that we file them for you. Simple, fast, inexpensive AND done by a lawyer. No one else can beat this system.

If you have any questions, you can call our toll free number to contact our experienced staff of expungement professionals (Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm, Pacific Time): (877) 901-3097. My staff and I will guide you through this.


A conviction can be dismissed in as little as 30 days. But you have to act NOW. Convictions don't just go away. Laws can and do change. This relief can disappear.

With our money back guarantee, you have nothing to lose except your conviction!


1. Under most circumstances, private employers cannot ask you about any convictions that are dismissed. So when applying for a job in the private sector, you generally do not have to disclose a conviction if it was dismissed or expunged.

2. "In California, government employers and licensing agencies (except for police agencies and concessionaire licensing boards) will treat you the same as if you had never been convicted of any crime." (direct quote from official California courts web site)

3. If you are petitioning for a dismissal, the court, upon proper motion, may withdraw your guilty or no contest (nolo contendere) plea, or verdict of guilt if you went to trial, and enter a NOT GUILTY plea. Then the judge will set aside your conviction and order your conviction DISMISSED. From that point forward, you are no longer considered convicted of the offense. Your record will be changed to show a dismissal rather than a conviction.

Please note: a small group of counties charge a filing fee for expungement. Please click on this to see the list of filing fees, if any, charged by the 58 counties in California.


How to use this site

This site is divided into two sections. The first section is designed to provide you with all of the background information you will need to clear your record. This section lays the groundwork for your petition, and aims to answer any questions you may have about the services we provide. Information about important terminology, qualifications for dismissal, and court publications are all included in this section.

The second section of the site contains instructions about completing and filing the forms for your petition. This part of the site is only accessed once you have registered. Here you will find all of the forms you may need, and specific instructions on how to submit them.

Money back guarantee

Attorney Mark Blair guarantees to fully refund your money back (the fee that you pay Clear Your Name Fast and any filing fee that you pay to the county) IF you:

  • answer all the information truthfully and accurately on the documents
  • follow the procedures outlined on this web site to complete and file the documents
  • are truthful in court (if you are required to attend court)
  • attend the court hearing as directed (if you are required to attend court)
  • and your petition to dismiss ("expunge") your conviction(s) is denied.

Mark Blair reserves the right to verify the information that you have provided for its truthfulness and accuracy.