Criminal Record Cleaning

Posted over 3 years ago. Applies to Texas, 1 helpful vote


In today’s economy, it is even more important than ever to have a Clean Criminal Record – it can be critical for certain jobs, certifications, specializations, home rental or ownership, access to credit, acceptance to college and much more.

Millions of Americans with a criminal record experience many hardships. There are numerous difficulties that arise if your background isn’t spotless. Cleaning your Criminal Record can help restore a manageable life.

Contrary to popular belief, records are not cleared automatically with the passing of time, but require the filing of a ** Petition in Court**.

Gilbert’s knowledge of the applicable law, the procedures of Texas courts and his 20 years of dedication to those charged with a criminal offense will help you get the results you need.

Contact our office to determine if you are eligible for any of the following strategies to clean a Texas Criminal record:

Ø Expunctions: Designed for people that were not convicted or given probation (other than a Class “C" Misdemeanor).

Ø Orders of Non-Disclosure: Designed for people that have successfully completed Deferred Adjudication Probation.

Ø Writ of Habeas Corpus: Designed for people wrongfully convicted of a crime.

Ø Early termination of community service/probation (Judicial Pardon): Designed for people that are successful at Community Supervision and havethe support of his/her probation officer. After serving approx. ½ of probation or at the most, with 60 days remaining on probation, call for an appointment.

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Criminal defense

Criminal law establishes the classifications of crimes, how guilt or innocence is determined, and the types of punishment or rehabilitation that may be imposed.

Criminal record

Your criminal records show your history of criminal convictions and sometimes arrests. Criminal records are accessible online and from county clerk offices.

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