Is Your Criminal Record Keeping You From Working? Getting a job is difficult if you have a criminal record. Many employers will conduct a background check before they hire you. Your criminal record may also keep you from getting certain licenses. Everyone, at some point, has made a bad mistake or has been in the wrong place at the wrong time resulting in an arrest. Texas law allows individuals to permanently remove information about an arrest, charge or conviction from their permanent records in certain circumstances.
Records eligible for expunction include:
– An arrest for a crime that was never charged;
– A criminal charge that was ultimately dismissed;
– Certain qualifying misdemeanor juvenile offenses;
– Conviction of a minor for certain alcohol offenses;
– Conviction for Failure to Attend School;
– Arrest, charge or conviction on a person’s record due to identity theft by another individual that was actually arrested, charged or convicted of the crime;
– Conviction for a crime that was later acquitted by the trial court or the Criminal Court of Appeals;
– Conviction for a crime that was later pardoned by the Governor of Texas or the US President.
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