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How to Remove Your Texas Criminal Record

Clearing Your Texas Criminal Record Most everyone, at some point, has made a bad mistake or has been in the wrong place at the wrong time resulting in trouble. Unfortunately for some, this can result in an arrest, charge or criminal conviction. While most convictions cannot be...
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Sealing Your Texas Criminal Record with an Order of Non-Disclosure. What you Need to Know?

Criminal cases are not automatically removed or sealed when a case once you complete your deferred adjudicated probation and your case is dismissed.  Your case and all it’s details remains a matter of public record until you get an order granting an expunction or an order...
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Misdemeanor Waiting Periods Before Eligible for a Non-Disclosure

Criminal cases are not automatically removed or sealed when a case once you complete your deferred adjudicated probation and your case is dismissed.  Your case and all it’s details remains a matter of public record until you get an order granting an expunction or an order...
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Agencies that Can Access Sealed Texas Records

Arrest records on an individual’s criminal history are not automatically removed or sealed when a case is dismissed; even if, they have successfully completed deferred adjudication probation. An arrest remains a matter of public record until you get an order granting an...
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Texas Expunction Statute – Code of Criminal Procedure Chapter 55

  The Texas Expunction Statute is contained in Chapter 55 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure and outlines the rules relating to obtaining a Texas Expunction. If you have any questions concerning whether you are eligible to have your Texas criminal record expunged, you...
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Texas Non-Disclosure Statute Section 411.081

Texas Non-Disclosure Statute § 411.081 The Texas Non-Disclosure statute contained below controls what cases can be non-disclosed or sealed in Texas and who has access to that information.  The non-disclosure statute is contained in section 411.081 of the Texas Government Code. ...
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What Offense are NOT Eligible to be Non-Disclosed in Texas

A non-disclosure order in Texas typically seals your record from public disclosure.  It is a powerful tool to hide an embarrassing criminal record.  Generally speaking, non-disclosures are available to people who successfully complete deferred adjudication and comply with any...
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Expungement – A Guide

Unlike unpaid debts or a bankruptcy on your credit report, arrest and conviction records are not automatically removed from your record after a period of years. It is up to you to clean up your past. To clean your past, you must meet certain qualifications set out in the Texas...
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Is Your Past Holding You Back? The Right Attorney Can Help!

If you want to clear your Texas criminal record, then you have many options that will allow you a fresh start. However, each of these options has very specific requirements and it may be best to seek an experienced expunction attorney to help you navigate the process. The aim of...
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