Seal Texas Record. If you have criminal charges in your past haunting you, wouldn’t you have a more peaceful holiday season knowing you could start the NEW YEAR on your way to a clean record?
The internet has even made it easier than ever for nosy people to do a background check on you for just the cost of a dinner out. Not to mention: many court clerks and the Texas Department of Public Safety make it easy for anyone to find criminal records.
But I’m here to tell you- the good news is that qualifying cases can get that criminal- record -cleared.
Stay tuned and in a minute, I’ll talk about the options available to Seal YOUR Texas Record
BUT FIRST: Let me say that we start the same day you sign up. We are experts that know how to get records cleared as fast as possible. The time it takes varies by court, but the typical case in Texas takes anywhere from 3 to 8 months, depending on county. The sooner you let me get your case filed, the sooner you are your way to a cleared record!
So, How is a Criminal Record is Cleared?
Expunction, or Nondisclosure, Set Aside, or Pardon
Expunction: Expungement may be available to you if you had an arrest but were not convicted or sentenced to community supervision. (dismissed cases/ Trial acquittal) Additionally, you can expunge class C misdemeanors for which you successfully completed deferred adjudication.
Juvenile Record Sealing
Texas law allows for you to petition to get your juvenile record sealed. You must have no convictions (of a felony or misdemeanor crime of moral turpitude) or adjudications since your discharge. You must wait two years since you were discharged but if there was no adjudication, there is no waiting period. BUT if you received a determinate sentence in a juvenile detention center— this option is out!
Nondisclosure: Sealing (Order of Non-Disclosure)
You may be eligible for an order of non-disclosure if you have received deferred adjudication for a felony or misdemeanor A or B and have successfully “Discharged” from that deferred adjudication. Now, there are several offenses, NOT ELIGIBLE: including sex offenses requiring registration, murder, stalking and assault family violence offenses.
Set Aside: Set Aside
If you were convicted, but received and successfully completed probation, you may be eligible to have the conviction set aside. If your conviction is set aside, the arrest will still show up in some background checks, but it will appear dismissed with no finding of guilt. Certain offenses, including DUI and certain felonies, are not eligible to be set aside. Additionally, certain counties in Texas are not currently offering or granting set asides, For instance where I am in Harris Co.
Finally, Governor’s Pardon: is an option open to anyone convicted of a Felony or Misdemeanor that can show why it would be in the best interest of justice to overturn a conviction. This measure has a low probability of success, but may be worth considering if the offense is very old, the law has changed regarding offense, new facts arise that were unknown at trial, and/or the person convicted can show themselves to be contributing member of society with a clean criminal history over several years despite a past mistake. This procedure can take up to a year.
What can SealTexasRecord.com do for you: We will conduct the research, file the necessary legal documents, In most cases, you will not have to physically appear in court. You can let me handle all the work, and keep you updated with emails with each action in the case.
Now Let’s Assume I have successfully managed your case to completion and received the order granting your expunction or nondisclosure: What happens next?
Some firms offers to clear your record with online background check companies and charge hundreds of dollars in addition to the legal fees they already charge. You should know before turn over hundreds of dollars to them, that Texas D.P.S. is already required to send notice to every private background check company to whom they sold your information to. And if those companies don’t remove the expunged records—they can be penalized hundreds of dollars every day by the state as well as pay you compensation.
Harmful consequences of a criminal record can now last a lifetime, unless the records are expunged or sealed.
Many courts and the Texas Department of Public Safety make it easy for anyone to find your criminal records.
Let the Texas expungement experts help you! Let the experts handle your case.
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Stephen Klarich explains how to start cleaning your criminal record with the help of an expungement, certificate of rehabilitation or governors pardon.
Cleaning your record can affect your employment opportunities, your credit, and your personal life.
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