Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio

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Most prospective clients are concerned about cost. Each person's situation is unique so it is not possible to simply quote a price based upon the offense of which you are accused. However, I am happy to discuss your situation during a free consultation and will provide you with information concerning cost at the end of such an evaluation. My fees are reasonable and I am willing to discuss payment arrangements. All communications with prospective clients are protected by attorney-cleint privilege. 

Matthew O. Williams, Attorney-at-Law


Of Counsel, Valore & Gordillo, LLP

21055 Lorain Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44126

Office: (440) 333-7330


Matt Williams, LLC

P.O. Box 606066

Cleveland, OH 44106

Cell: (216) 785-0093

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If you, a family member, or a friend have been arrested, are the subject of a criminal investigation, or have been charged with a crime, it is in the accused person's best interest to have professional representation. Please use the form below to contact me to set up a free and confidential consultation. You need not, and should not, include any sensitive or confidential details about your case. Just let me know how to get in touch with you and we will meet face to face in private. 

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There is a BIG change coming to Ohio expungment law. Starting on October 29th of this year, individuals with numerous non-violent non-sex offense convictions--up to five felonies, and an unlimited number of misdemeanors--will have the opportunity to ask the court(s) to expunge those records.


The Ohio Supreme Court has recently decided the current statutory framework does not permit the courts to seal the records of certain pardoned offenders. Please join me in letting our legisature know that a pardon should not be a worthless piece of paper. 

Ohio has expanded eligibility for sealing of criminal records. New expungement / record sealing eligibility rules mean persons previously ineligible to have their record sealed may now be eligible. Offenders with multiple convictions may now be eligible. 

Sealing the Record

Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judges Embrace Drug Court as Viable Option for Helping Offenders. Read more about it at

Persons disabled from certain types of employment and work licensing due to criminal convictions can now obtain relief from those disabilities through a Certificate of Qualification for Employment.  

Get Back to Work with a CQE

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