Expunction, Expungment, Non-Disclosures

Dallas Expunction Lawyer

Are you are having a hard time securing a job or apartment lease because of criminal records obtained in a background check? If you are facing difficulties today due to mistakes you have made in the past, we may be able to help. At the Law Offices of C. H. “Hank” Judin, III we pursue record sealing or record clearing options for clients who want to get a fresh start. For information about sealing criminal records or expunction in Texas, contact Dallas expunction lawyer Hank Judin.

When can criminal records be destroyed?

Under certain conditions Texas law allows for the destruction, or expunction, of criminal records. The process involves a petition of expunction filed in the court that handled the matter. Expunction is an option for clients whose case was dismissed or resulting in a not guilty verdict. Deferred misdemeanor charges may also qualify for expunction in Texas.

Sealing of criminal records in northeast Texas

In cases where the charges resulted in conviction, another option is available. Record sealing prevents employers, landlords, and the general public from gaining access to documentation of criminal charges, convictions, and sentences. The information would still be available to law enforcement and court officials, but could not be obtained in a public background check. Record sealing begins with a petition for non-disclosure.

Dallas criminal defense attorney Hank Judin provides effective record sealing and expunction services for people looking for a clean start. We also help parents seeking the sealing of juvenile records. The process is not as expensive as you might expect. Call the JudinLaw to set up a free consultation with a Texas expunction attorney.

If you have questions about your rights and options in a record sealing or expunction matter, call our criminal defense law office.