Having a criminal record can negatively impact your ability to obtain future employment. It is a common misconception that if your case is dismissed or you are found not guilty that your record is automatically cleared. However, this is not the case.
Under certain circumstances Texas Law provides a person the ability to have their record either expunged or sealed (non-disclosure)
You might qualify for an expunction if:
The law regarding sealings (non-disclosures) has recently changed and has expanded the ability of a person to have their record sealed. You might qualify to have your record sealed (non-disclosure) if:
1. You completed deferred adjudication for anything other than a Class "C" misdemeanor
2. You were convicted of certain offenses and have not been charged with any other offenses.
Contact our office today for a free consultation to determine whether you qualify for an expunction or sealing.