A locksmith is an expert professional who repairs and leaves the keys to locks, even including those employed to get secured parts such as businesses and houses. Modern locks are unnecessary no more because of this high degree of security measures today required. This being the scenario internal door locks, men and women require the services of the locksmith to install, fix or replace damaged locks and systems.

 

What is a record restriction?

A record restriction means that eligible records on your official criminal history report are generally restricted from public view. Click here to complete a restriction application.


RESTORATION OF CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS
Does a record restriction restore all legal disabilities and civil rights imposed on a convicted offender?

No, a record restriction is not a restoration of civil rights and legal disabilities imposed on a conviction as a result of a conviction. A convicted offender who wants his or her civil rights and legal disabilities restored should apply for a Restoration of Civil and Political Rights with the Georgia Board of Pardon and Paroles. (See Appendix “A”)


EMPLOYER ACCESS TO CRIMINAL RECORD
If I receive a record restriction, do I have to tell a future employer I have been convicted of the felony that has been restricted?

No, an offender whose record has been restricted can lawfully deny the existence of a felony conviction that has been restricted unless the offender is:

• Running for Public Office
• Applying for a job position with Georgia Law Enforcement.
• Applying for admission to the Georgia Bar.
• Seeking admission to a profession requiring a professional license as outlined by the Georgia Secretary of State
• Seeking to be licensed or employed by government departments such as healthcare, education, or child care.
• Seeking employment by a state contractor having direct contact with children, elderly, or the disabled.
• Seeking to become a court appointed guardian.
• Seeking a fiduciary position

If I receive a record restriction, can a future employer obtain access to the conviction that has been restricted?

No unless the offender is applying for the following types of employment:

• Running for Public Office
• A job position with Georgia Law Enforcement.
• Seeking to be licensed or employed by government departments such as healthcare, education, or child care.
• Seeking admission to a profession requiring a professional license as outlined by the Georgia Secretary of State
• Seeking employment by a state contractor having direct contact with children, elderly, or the disabled.
• Seeking to become a court appointed guardian.
• Seeking a fiduciary position


RESTORATION OF CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS
Will a record restriction restore the following consequences, civil disabilities, and/or legal disabilities imposed as a result of an offender’s conviction?

Right to Vote
Right to vote?
No, a record restriction will not restore an offender’s right to vote. See Ga. Const. art. II, Sec. 1, Para. III; O.C.G.A. § 16-11-131 (b)-(c); Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. r. 475-3-.10(6).