Jerry Horn, Attorney at Law. is proud to maintain its niche Expunction law practice. We are dedicated to helping eligible individuals seal or expunge their Texas criminal records in order to obtain a fresh start.
Even if you were wrongfully arrested and the case against you was dismissed, your Texas arrest records may still appear during a criminal background check. Fortunately, Jerry Horn may be able to help you file a petition for expunction so you can hopefully move forward with your life.
An expunction of criminal records in Texas, results in the destruction of your arrest records. Once your criminal records have been expunged, you can legally deny the occurrence of the arrest, unless you are questioned under oath in a future court proceeding.
Many individuals have also unfortunately been led to believe that they will not have a criminal record upon the successful completion of their “deferred adjudication” probation. In actuality, Texas “deferred adjudication” records are public information that can be readily accessed by the general public and, more importantly, by background screening companies.
If you were placed on “deferred adjudication” for a misdemeanor or felony offense, you will likely need to get a Texas court order sealing your criminal records to keep the criminal history record information from public view. This court order is known as an “order of nondisclosure” in Texas.
We are able to help you have your arrest records expunged if:
The expungement process in Texas can provide you with several benefits. An expunction of your criminal records may:
To start clearing your record give us a call at 281.820.8580 or send us an email at email@example.com.