Get Your Record Off the Record!
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If you don’t know whether your case is eligible, then that is the easiest place to start is to give us a call or take our online test. Remember, the more information you have regarding your case the better. At a minimum you will need to know what you were charged with, the disposition, and the an approximate date the case was disposed. If you do not have this information, then you can call the court clerk, research online, purchase your criminal history, or we can do the leg work for you for a $250.00 comprehensive record evaluation fee.
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Benefits of Clearing Your Record:
- Make Yourself More Marketable
- Get a Better Job
- Pass a Background Check
- Legally Say You’ve Never Been Convicted
- Avoid answering embarrassing questions about your past
- Have Your Rights Restored
Why You Should Choose Us?
- Over 30 Years Experience Handling Criminal Matters in Texas
- Attorney Representation. We are not a document preparation company who disappears after the paperwork is prepared. We Represent You in Court.
- A+ Better Business Rating
- Interest Free Affordable Payment Plans
- Offers Online Criminal Background Check Removal
- Offers Online Mugshot Removal
- Guarantees Most of its Services
- Outstanding Customer Service
If you know you eligible and want to speak with someone regarding hiring our firm to clear your record
We also have published several comprehensive guides outlining the A-Z process for clearing your Texas Record. Please visit our store for more information on purchasing the Ultimate Guide to Texas Pardons and the Ultimate Guide to Clearing Your Texas Record.
I want some additional information regarding Clearing My Texas Record.
In Texas, there is typically three ways you can either seal or erase your criminal record. Each one has specific requirements regarding what cases may qualify so it is important to have information related to the offense you want to clear from your record.
As a general rule, a case may qualify for an expunction or expungement if the case was never filed, dismissed, you were found not guilty, or the offense was pardoned.
Cases may qualify for non-disclosure if you successfully complete deferred adjudication probation and have no other criminal cases during the applicable waiting period.
All other cases must be pardoned to qualify for an expunction. If you received regular or straight probation, jail time, prison time, or paid a fine.
These are just general guidelines to get you started on your search.
Expungements or Expunctions
Click on the links above to find out more information regarding each of the different methods of clearing your criminal record.
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