Sealing a Criminal Sex Offense Record

March 23rd, 2021 by Tad Nelson in Sex Crime

Under Texas law, those who are convicted of certain criminal offenses could qualify to have their record sealed at a later date. This means that most employers and members of the public wouldn’t have access to those records. Determining whether you qualify to have your own criminal record sealed can be difficult, so if you […]

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Expunction and Multiple Drug Charges

September 5th, 2019 by Tad Nelson in Drug Crime

Having a drug charge on your record can have a negative impact on your life even years after the fact. But it may be possible to expunge the record of your drug case after the fact. Expunction is the legal process whereby any files related to a particular criminal arrest is removed from the government’s […]

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How a Reduced Charge Affects Your Right to Expungement

August 10th, 2017 by Tad Nelson in Criminal Defense

Expunction (or expungement) is a process that allows you to seek removal of records related to an arrest or criminal charge that did not result in a conviction. Under Texas law, expunction is not a right, but a privilege conferred by statute and granted at the discretion of a judge. And unlike a criminal trial, […]

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