Expunctions Lawyer in Texas – Call (888) 907-8994
Clean Your Slate with an Experienced Texas Law Firm
Criminal convictions can do far more than land a person in jail and drain
their finances; it can also haunt a person for years. From job applications
to educational opportunities to personal relationships, the fact that
you were convicted of a crime, or even just tried for a criminal allegation,
can be unreasonably damaging so long as it exists on your record.
To set things right again after a conviction, you may be able to
erase your record by applying for an expunction (also referred to as "expungement")
or a non-disclosure with the help of our experienced Texas criminal defense
Contact us today for a consultation!
Why Choose Our Expunction Lawyer?
- Skilled, dedicated legal representation since 2001
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- Free case review to determine your eligibility for expunction
A successful expunction not only removes the arrest from your record, it
eliminates any paperwork related to the offense; completing clearing your
slate. When someone enquires about your criminal record or history, state
agencies will be barred from giving information about the expunged offense
and it will no longer appear on background checks. If all marks on your
criminal record are expunged, you can legally say that you have never
been arrested or convicted during interviews and applications.
For help to expunge a conviction or having it sealed for non-disclosure,
fill out the form below or call us at 888-907-8994.
Is My Arrest Eligible for Expunction?
Whether or not the mark on your criminal record is considered eligible
for expunction depends on a variety of circumstances surrounding the offense.
For the most part, only nonviolent misdemeanors will be eligible, but
this is not always the case. The easiest way to figure out with certainty
if your arrest can be eliminated from records is to schedule a free consultation
with one of our Texas expunction attorneys.
You can typically file for expunction if any of the following apply to
your conviction or arrest:
- You took a plea deal that resulted in the dismissal of your case and you
complied with all of the requirements of the deal
- Your case was tried and you were acquitted.
- You were arrested but never charged with a crime
- You were pardoned for the alleged crime.
Sealing Your Criminal Record with an Order of Non-disclosure
When an expunction is not available, an order of non-disclosure may be
an alternative option. With an order of non-disclosure, you can petition
to have the arrest, conviction, or mark hidden from prying eyes. An order
of non-disclosure forbids government agencies from sharing information
about your arrest or case with the public, and it will no longer appear
on employer background checks.
Clear Your Name Today and Start Making a Fresh New Reputation
The longer you allow an arrest to sit on your record, the more damage you
allow it to do to your professional and personal life. Consult with The
Law Offices of Alex R. Hernandez, Jr. PLLC as soon as you can to begin
the important process of filing for an expunction or order of non-disclosure
request. Take control to clean up your criminal record. Give yourself
a fair chance and rest easy once again by teaming up with our experienced
team of Texas criminal defense attorneys.
Fill out the free
case evaluation form or call us at
(888) 907-8994 to begin. We’ll investigate your criminal history to let you know
if we can get you an expunction or a non-disclosure.