For most people, getting their record expunged could be the new lease on life they deserve. If you have been convicted of a criminal offense under Texas Criminal Code §161.252, you may be eligible to get all arrest records, jail records, police reports, prosecution documents and court files associated with your conviction destroyed.
Prior to seeking an expungement you must first be sure to complete each of the terms and programs of your sentence. At this point I will be able to advise you as to whether you meet eligibility requirements. Individuals who were acquitted at trial, were convicted but later pardoned or whose case was dismissed are also generally eligible for expungement.
Expungement eligibility can be confusing. Attempting to navigate the expungement process on your own will not get you the results you seek. You can dramatically improve your chances of getting your record expunged by hiring an aggressive attorney to help you protect your interests. If you want to find out whether you are eligible for an expungement, contact my firm now. I will not judge you based on your past, but I will work with you closely to determine your eligibility so that I can help guide you through the expungement process to help you clear your good name.
I am a former district attorney who has spent the last decade providing aggressive defense strategies to those individuals facing criminal charges and penalties. I understand the impact a criminal record can have on an individual's personal and professional goals, so I make it a point to do everything I can to help my clients attain the justice they deserve.