Expunctions / Non-Disclosures
As soon as you are arrested a paper trail begins. This paper trail will follow you forever unless you take the steps to have it destroyed. Technological advancements have made people’s criminal records readily available to the public. The level of accessibility of these records to the public make it much easier for employers, schools, landlords, and even neighbors to look into your past.
You may be entitled to receive an expunction of your criminal record if your case was not presented for prosecution, was dismissed, or you were found not guilty.
You also may be able to petition the court for an order of non-disclosure of a completed deferred adjudication.
You should not allow charges to remain on your record that may be subject to removal. An effective attorney can help you through the process of having your record cleaned.
Contact Nolan D. White immediately for a Free Consultation if you or someone you love would like to seek and Expunction or Non-Disclosure in East Texas. Call (903) 567-4155.
Get in Touch
Free Consultation (903) 567-4155