San Antonio Expungement Lawyer
The Texas legal system provides options for individuals to wipe away their arrest records through criminal record disruption and/or criminal record sealing. Expunction and non-disclosure administrative hearings are available under specific circumstances. If you are interested in pursuing these options, it is important that you consult with a lawyer who understands the regulations to ensure a successful outcome.
At The Law Office of Patricia Jay, our legal team provides comprehensive criminal defenserepresentation. We understand the effect your arrest record can have on your career, reputation and educational pursuits. We can evaluate your situation from every angle to determine if you are eligible for an expunction or non-disclosure, and then handle the administrative processes from start to finish.
While you may not remove a criminal conviction, you may be able to clear your arrest record through an expunction — under specific circumstances. For example, if you were acquitted by a judge or jury or your case was dismissed, you may be eligible.
However, you may not qualify for an expunction if you took a deferred adjudication for any charge above a Class C misdemeanor, or if you were convicted of a crime.
If you completed deferred adjudicated probation, a non-disclosure would prevent the government from releasing your record to non-public entities. Texas law, however, authorizes entities and agencies, such as the police, licensing boards and state universities, to see your record.
Our legal team understands that for some individuals, non-disclosure may be available if they cannot obtain an expunction. We are committed to helping you receive the best possible outcome based on your unique situation.
Bexar County Expunction Attorney
We invite you to contact us online or at (210) 223-7100 to discuss your family law, criminal law or collections matter with a qualified lawyer. We are located in downtown San Antonio. We offer free parking. Se habla español.