Criminal records can limit a person in many areas, such as getting a job
or applying for a loan. Seeking expunction is a way to have your record
cleared and open up opportunities for your future. The details of
expungement vary state to state and Texas has unique regulations and guidelines. Texas
Code of Criminal Procedure, Chapter 15 spells out the expungement laws
for residents of the state. If you have questions regarding whether or
not you are eligible or how to go about the process, contact a San Antonio
criminal defense lawyer from The Law Office of John J. Fox.
You may be eligible for expunction if any of the following describe your
- You were arrested but not charged
- Your case was dismissed
- Your offense was a misdemeanor juvenile crime
- You were acquitted by the Criminal Court of Appeals
- Your offense was a minor alcohol-related offense
- You were convicted but then later pardoned
- Your case was no-billed by a grand jury
There are several other reasons that an individual can have their record
expunged. Also, there are ways to have your record sealed from the public
view if it cannot be expunged. This means that the government may view
it, but for anyone else to view your record they would need a court order.
Wondering if Expunction is an Option for You? Contact Us!
Some reasons that a person may not get expunction would be that they received
probation or a deferred adjudication. Expungement is most likely not an
option if the offense involved crimes such as prostitution, child molestation,
DWI, and others. If you have questions regarding your criminal record
and expungement, feel free to
call The Law Office of John J. Fox today. Our San Antonio expungement attorneys are familiar with the details
of the process and the best way to go about expunction. Call today to
free case evaluation and see how we can help.