Don’t let your record cost you another job opportunity!
Many Texans have accepted Deferred Adjudication “probations” for misdemeanor and felony arrests with the understanding that once the probation period ends and the charge is dismissed that it would not be on their records. Unfortunately this is not the case! If you have pled Guilty or No Contest and already completed your Deferred Adjudication period, you may be eligible to file a Petition for Non-Disclosure which effectively seals your record from anyone other than agencies of the State of Texas.
Everyday Texans are arrested by mistake only later to have the charges dismissed, are found not guilty, or go through some type of counseling to have the charges dismissed. Under Texas law, many of these offenses can be removed legally from your records via expunction. If your case has been dismissed or you’ve pled Guilty and fully completed your Probation then you may be eligible to have your record fully expunged.
Protect your public record today and contact us at your earliest convenience. All arrest, court, & probation records remain publicly available unless you seek and are granted a petition for non-disclosure or an expunction through the courts. We will not be beaten on price for Petitions for Non-Disclosure or Expunctions!! Call us today to talk about your options!
Note: If you have pled guilty to an offense and were punished via fine, time served, or community service you are most likely ineligible for either of these avenues. Please call us to verify this information. If there’s a way for us to help, we gladly will!
ELROD LAW FIRM
Two Allen Center
1200 Smith St., 16th Floor
Houston, Texas 77002
www.elrodlegal.com or 832.409.6999
Principal office in Houston, Texas
- Location: 77002
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