A criminal record can interfere with many aspects of your life, such as the ability to find decent employment, secure a loan, or even apply for housing. Even if you only have an arrest that did not lead to a charge, you may be experiencing the same challenges and stigma.
At the Gutheinz Law Firm, we want you to know that you have options. You may be able to expunge your record and enjoy a fresh start. After expungement, you can honestly state that you have never been arrested or convicted of a crime. Contact our team to have an attorney review your record to see if you qualify for expungement.
In Texas, you may be eligible for expungement if:
You are not eligible for expungement if you have a felony conviction in the five years prior to the arrest you are seeking to expunge.
If you do not qualify for expungement, there are other alternatives that you may be able to seek, such as non-disclosures. An order of non-disclosure seals your record and makes it inaccessible to most of the public. Find out more when you contact a Pearland expungement lawyer at our law firm.
The expungement process can be confusing for many clients, often involving paperwork and preparation. The Gutheinz Law Firm can guide you through the process, from the petition to the hearing. Our Pearland expungement lawyers work hard to include all the necessary information to prepare a thorough and convincing case for your expungement. We have extensive experience with post-conviction relief options and are dedicated to helping our clients find a fresh start in life.
If you are interested in expunging a prior arrest or conviction, call us at (281) 888-0470.
The client was charged with continuous sexual assault of a minor which was dismissed due to the advocacy of defense counsel.
Client was charged with aggravated assault which was dismissed due to the advocacy of defense counsel.
Client’s Felony criminal mischief dismissed when defense established that the alleged victims account and statement of damages was not true.