When Can I Get a Texas DWI Arrest Expunged from My Record?

August 17th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in DWI, Expungement, Misdemeanor Crimes, Traffic Offenses

Even when a drunk driving arrest does not lead to a criminal DWI conviction, there is still a public record. This means that if someone conducts a background check on you for any reason, the record of your DWI arrest will come up. There is, however, a way to prevent such a scenario, and that […]

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Can I Expunge My Criminal Record in Texas?

August 3rd, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Conviction, Expungement, Misdemeanor Crimes, Understanding Texas Law

Being arrested, charged, and potentially convicted of a crime can have long-term consequences. In fact, even if you’re not convicted, an arrest can show up on your record for years—or decades!—to come, impeding your ability to get a job, secure housing, and pursue other opportunities. Those who are facing criminal charges or who have been […]

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Can I Have a Misdemeanor Expunged from My Record?

May 24th, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Expungement, Misdemeanor Crimes

Many people in Texas face misdemeanor charges and are convicted of the offense. While a misdemeanor offense on your criminal record certainly may not be as serious as a felony offense and likely came with a much lesser sentence, simply having a criminal record with a misdemeanor offense can be problematic. Indeed, from applying for […]

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