Experienced Legal Guidance In Clearing Your Texas Arrest Record

Many people have the misconception that if they are found “not guilty” or their case is dismissed or never filed, the records no longer exist. This is not true!

Because of the Texas Open Records Act, arrest records can also be obtained by the public for private use. This means future employers and landlords can easily discover your prior criminal record by simply searching for your name via the websites of local counties or businesses like PublicData.com.

Obviously, you do not want future or current employers and landlords to find out about your past legal problems, especially when they don’t have to know! Why? Because when they discover that you have a criminal record, they will simply move on. In their mind, you have a criminal history and they want no association with that.

The Law Office of Kimberly Griffin Tucker, P.C., will assist you with all aspects of your expunction so that you can clear your record once and for all.

Did you know that you may be eligible for a FULL pardon if you successfully completed a  deferred adjudication?

What Can The Expunction Process Accomplish?

Once an expunction is granted, your criminal record is erased. This includes the erasure of:

  • Fingerprints
  • Booking photos
  • The arrest report
  • DPS records

It will be as though the arrest never occurred.

What is eligible for expunction? To name a few: cases that resulted in dismissals, declines or “not guilty” verdicts are eligible for expunction; So are class “C” deferred dispositions.

It Is Important To Work With A Skilled Attorney

The expunction process is not a quick fix, but it is THE ONLY FIX for cleaning up old mistakes. In fact, it can take a few months from start to finish, which means the system is not very responsive to individuals needing a quick fix or cleanup of their arrest record. However, the effect of a properly completed expunction is well worth the wait.

To ensure that the process isn’t slowed down or left uncompleted due to errors or omissions, it is important to seek help from an experienced attorney like Kimberly Griffin Tucker. She has the knowledge you need to complete the process as efficiently as possible.

Contact The Firm Today To Get Started

If you think your criminal history contains past allegations that are suitable for expunction, contact The Law Office of Kimberly Griffin Tucker, P.C., today. Simply call 972-833-8246 or fill out an online contact form. Mrs. Tucker will be happy to evaluate your case for a nominal fee and, along with her staff, she will immediately begin helping you in sealing or expunging your record.