Get A Second Chance By Protecting Your Record
Incidents from your past, especially charges on a juvenile record, can continue to impact your entire life. A criminal record can prevent you from pursuing continuing education, employment opportunities and even housing. However, it is possible to clear your record.
Expungement or sealing records can be complicated. It is essential to have a knowledgeable attorney guide you through the process. At the Law Office of Osvaldo J. Morales III P.C., we provide our clients with experienced and exceptional service to help them obtain a second chance at their future. Founding attorney Law Office of Osvaldo J. Morales III P.C. has over 18 years of experience aggressively defending individuals dealing with criminal charges. He also cares about his clients’ well-being and strives for the best possible results.
Qualifying For Expungement
Texas law requires you to meet specific qualifications for expungement or the sealing of your records. Qualifications for expungement or orders of nondisclosure include:
- If you were acquitted
- If your case was dismissed
- If you were convicted of a misdemeanor
- If you were convicted of a nonviolent felony
You must wait for a period of time after any convictions to pursue expungement. This period can be from 180 days to three years.
Serious or violent crimes on a criminal record, such as human trafficking charges, do not qualify for expungement.
An expungement can give you a second chance, but it is important to choose the right attorney to fight for you. At our firm, you will get the personal attention you deserve. We help you to take full advantage of your options and help clear your record.
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Please contact our Edinburg law firm for a free consultation with our dedicated lawyer today. You can call our office directly at 956-584-1844 or send us an email with a brief explanation of your legal issue.