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Do you have a a CRIMINAL RECORD reflecting an Arrest, Charge or a Conviction?

Everyone, at some point, has made a bad mistake or has been in the wrong place at the wrong time resulting in trouble. While most convictions cannot be removed from a person's record, Texas law DOES ALLOW individuals to permanently remove information about an Arrest, Charge or a Conviction from their permanent record under certain circumstances.

This process is called EXPUNCTION 

Once a person's record is expunged, ALL INFORMATION relating to the Arrest, Charge or Conviction is removed from the criminal history and the person can legally deny the incident ever occurred!

Records that may be eligible for expunction include:

  • An arrest for a crime that was never charged;
  • A Criminal Charge that was ultimately dismissed;
  • Certain qualifying misdemeanor offenses committed while a person was a juvenile;
  • Conviction of a minor for certain alcohol offenses;
  • Arrest, Charge or Conviction on a person's record due to identity theft by another individual that was actually arrested, charged or convicted of the crime;
  • Conviction for a crime that was later acquitted by the trial court or the Criminal Court of Appeals;
  • Conviction for a crime that was later pardoned by the Governor of Texas or the U.S. President

Not all individuals with records eligible for expunction above qualify to receive an expunction.

If expunction is not an option due to the nature of the offense, charge or conviction, it may be possible to obtain an Order for Non-Disclosure. 

A Non-Disclosure order does not completely destroy all record of any offense, but
will limit the accessibility of the records. Records subject to a nondisclosure order are removed from public record and cannot be released or accessed by certain private parties. However, the records will remain available to government agencies and will be admissible in certain court actions.

Our experienced and professional attorneys aggressively seek an expunction or Non-Disclosure Order if you qualify.

We will fully explain all your options for Expunction or Non-Disclosure  – and you get to decide how we will proceed – the choice is always yours, but we’re here to help you understand the consequences of whatever decision you make.

DON'T EVER PLEAD GUILTY without first understanding what it will mean to your record.

An Arrest, Charge or Citation is only an accusation you violated a law - IT IS NOT a finding of guilt by itself!

Call us today for additional information about how you can have us help you with your expunction or Non-Disclosure.