Expunctions & Nondisclosures2020-07-24T15:06:21+00:00

Houston, Texas Expunctions, Expungements & Nondisclosures Attorneys

Clearing your Criminal Record

Having your case dismissed is the first step in clearing your criminal record. If your case is dismissed, or if you are successfully discharged after completing deferred adjudication, then your case will still remain in court records. Employers, landlords, and the general public will see that you were charged with a crime, and that information could be used against you. Contact our office today to see if you are eligible to expunge your record, seal your record, or obtain an order of nondisclosure. We will not charge you to determine whether you are eligible. We can help you clear your criminal record in Harris County and in surrounding counties.

Houston Expunction Attorneys

If your case is dismissed, and you were not placed on deferred adjudication for a Class B misdemeanor or above, then you may be eligible to expunge your criminal record. An expunction is the best result for you, because your entire criminal case – from your arrest records through your court records – will be completely removed from the record.

Houston Nondisclosure Attorneys

If you successfully completed a term of deferred adjudication, you may be eligible to have an order of nondisclosure. A nondisclosure will have your criminal record hidden from the public. State agencies, such as law enforcement officers and prosecutors, will still have access to your file. A nondisclosure is important, because it will hide the fact that you pled guilty or no contest to a crime from the general public. Contact us to see if you are eligible for a nondisclosure.

Sealing Your Juvenile Record

Juvenile cases are often eligible to be sealed. If you’re eligible, you should apply to have your juvenile record sealed to protect your future. Call us today.

Expunctions FAQ

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