Are You Eligible for Expungement?

Under specific circumstances, and depending upon the nature of your case, you may be eligible for a court order expunging (destroying) all your Brazos County and Texas arrest records, court records, and computer database records associated with a particular arrest giving you a fresh start. This process frees you from the stigma of a criminal arrest record. It can potentially protect you from background checks revealing embarrassing and damaging references to your arrest. I can help you evaluate your eligibility for an expunction. I’m a Bryan-College Station Expungement and Non-Disclosure Attorney who can help you answer these important questions.

Non-Disclosure Seals Your Record

If you have successfully completed a term of deferred adjudication you may be eligible for an “Order of Non-Disclosure.” In addition, a new law permits the sealing of first time DWI convictions under certain limited circumstances. I’m a board certified Brazos County criminal defense Attorney and can discuss the possibility of obtaining your order of Non-disclosure (sealing), which prohibits law enforcement agencies from releasing information relating to your case into the public domain. If your case meets specific requirements, the sealing order can keep your record secret from employers and others investigating your criminal history.


We Can Help You!

Cleaning or sealing your criminal arrest record can be beneficial in your personal life and in your career. An experienced Bryan|College Station criminal defense lawyeralways plans for their client’s long-term need for keeping those records confidential.

Please call to discuss the specifics of your case and the possibility of obtaining an expungement or non-disclosure order regarding your criminal arrest record. If you need a Expungement or Non-Disclosure Attorney we can help.

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