Have your criminal history removed by court order:
You may be eligible for a court-ordered expunction to clear your criminal record if:
How to expunge your record:
Texas law allows a person to file a petition with the court in the county in which the criminal action was filed. This petitioner requests an order that all records from all related law-enforcement agencies or court entities remove all information from your record related to the arrest or charge in question. This request requires at least 30 days notice to the prosecuting attorney and other related entities before a hearing on the matter. At the hearing, if there is no objection from law enforcement, and if the court finds you meet all of the requirements to be eligible for expunction, the order will be issued accordingly.
Hazel Brown Law Firm, PLLC are experienced professionals and can help you clear that negative history efficiently and effectively.
You may be eligible to have your criminal record sealed:
This is done through an Order of Nondisclosure. You may be eligible to obtain an Order of Nondisclosure if you have successfully completed a term of deferred adjudication probation for an offense. The process for obtaining an Order of Nondisclosure is very similar to that of an expunction.
Let our experienced attorneys get rid of that mistake in your past for good.
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