Interested in an Expunction?
A criminal record can have serious consequences for your life. It can affect your custody rights, your ability to find a job, get an apartment, own a gun, and more. It can also can carry a social stigma.
Fortunately, there are cases where your criminal history can be wiped clean. If your case was dismissed, you are probably eligible for an expunction, which will require anyone who tracks your criminal history to destroy those records. It will also allow you to deny that you were ever arrested if asked in a job interview or application.
If your case was not dismissed outright, you may still be eligible for an order of non-disclosure. This will cause your record to be sealed, but will still be available to certain parties, such as law enforcement and prosecutors. An order of non-disclosure can be an important step in protecting your privacy from the general public.
If you have a criminal history and think you might be interested in an expunction or order of non-disclosure, call 512-677-5003 for a free consultation.