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Criminal Record Cleaning

Posted by attorney Gilbert Garcia

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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