Expungement in Texas is a legal process where individuals seek erasure of an event on their criminal records. Texas expungement laws allow for the expungement of arrests which did not lead to a finding of guilty or any Class C misdemeanors. If the defendant was found guilty, pleaded no contest, or pleaded guilty to an offense other than class C misdemeanor then it is not eligible for expungement in any way. However, it may be eligible for non-disclosure if deferred adjudication is granted.
An attorney in Texas has solutions for anyone who is suffering from the harmful effects of their past criminal record. Record sealing and expungement proceedings can be difficult, making it important to hire an expert attorney who is experienced in dealing with situations like this. Simple mistakes could force you to have to start the process over again from the beginning and delaying it for months or years.
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Derek W. Emmons is experienced and skilled and can represent clients in and around Bexar County, Texas. He helps individuals like you to seal or expunge a case on your record, regardless of any conviction. To expunge your case that was dismissed, deferred adjudication must occur which is a motion that must be filed at the court where the conviction happened.
During a free consultation, he can discuss your case and any particulars with you in order to start representing you the way that you deserve. In order to learn more about his criminal expertise and to have any questions answered, call 210-226-2800 today to speak with a Texas criminal defense attorney.