Texas Expunction & Sealing Lawyers

Isn't It Time You Had A Fresh Start?

ATTENTION GRADUATES & JOB SEEKERS
Have you ever been arrested or ticketed and are now worried that your current or future employer will find out about it in a background check?

WE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP! CALL FOR A FREE CONSULT WITH A LICENSED ATTORNEY.

(210) 650-9074

HAVE YOU EVER BEEN CITED FOR:
⋅ Minor in Possession of Alcohol
⋅ Purchase of Alcohol by Minor
⋅ Consumption of Alcohol by Minor
⋅ Driving Under Influence of Alcohol
⋅ Misrepresentation of Age by Minor
⋅ Public Intoxication
⋅ Theft
⋅ Criminal Mischief
⋅ Typical Misdemeanors

YOU DON'T HAVE TO EXPLAIN! WE MAY BE ABLE TO ERASE THESE OFFENSES FROM YOUR RECORD!

Were you told that if you successfully complete your pretrial diversion or deferred probation that your record would be erased? This is NOT TRUE. Unless your record is expunged or sealed, it remains a public record. And with the explosion of digital records, your criminal history is more available than ever to anyone who tries to find it.
Since 1996, our firm has been helping people across Texas erase or seal their criminal records and get a fresh start. If you're tired of wondering and worrying about your criminal record, we can help. Call for a free, confidential, no obligation consultation. Each case is different. Let a licensed Texas attorney discuss your situation with you. The initial consultation is absolutely FREE and can be done over the phone.
There are many exceptions and twists and turns involved in expunction and non-disclosure law. Contact us now using our "Quick Contact Form", or call us at (210)714-2440 and let us review your case to see if you qualify to have your record expunged or sealed. You can also review our frequently asked questions and contact us when you are ready.
Imagine not having to explain your record, and being able to legally (and ethically) deny that you were ever arrested. Imagine no longer being denied that dream job or apartment. Invest 10 minutes to see if you qualify. Let us help you take your life back!
Fees for expunction are $1400.00 for a non-disclosure and $1800.00 for an expunction. Reasonable payment plans are available. Call (210) 650-9074 to discuss your particular case.

Call Now For A Free, No Obligation, Consultation And Talk To One Of Our Texas Expunction & Sealing Lawyers (210) 650-9074

George Carroll
Attorney

Mr. Carroll has been licensed since 1996. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.

Kristin Fiacco Dow
Attorney

Ms. Dow has been licensed since 1999. She is a graduate of St. Mary's University School of Law.

Edward Garcia
Attorney

Mr. Garcia has been licensed since 1996. He is a graduate of The University of Texas School of Law.

Frank A. Hinojosa
Attorney

Mr. Hinojosa has been licensed since 1996. He is a graduate of The University of Texas School of Law.

What Is An Expuction & How Is It Different Than A Sealing (Non-Disclosure)?

For qualified applicants the Texas legislature has provided a means for clearing a person's criminal history. The two most common of these methods are Expunction and Non-Disclosure (more commonly known as sealing). Both of these options have the benefit of sealing one's criminal record from both the public and perspective employers. A Non-Disclosure will hide your record from everyone except those the legislature has deemed to need to know. So, with a Non-Disclosure your record is still there, but it is hidden. An Expunction takes things to the next step. An order for expunction will result in the destruction of all record of your arrest and charge. In fact, the law states that you can deny under oath that you were ever arrested. Because legally, it never happened.

  What Is An Expunction & Do I Qualify?

You may qualify for an expunction if any of the following are true:

  • Your case was dismissed without probation
  • Your case was dismissed after pre-trial diverson or similar disposition without probation
  • You received deferred adjudication or disposition for a class C misdemeanor
  • You received an acquital
If you think you may qualify for an expunction and would like to talk to one of our expunction attorneys, call for a no obligation, confidential consultation. Call us now at (210) 650-9074.

The typical fee for an expunction is $1800, including filing fees and costs, and usually we can appear on your behalf without you having to be present.

  What Is A Non-Disclosure & Do I Qualify?

You may qualify for a non-disclosure if you received deferred adjudication probation or similar disposition in a case higher than a class C misdemeanor. Unfortunately there are some restrictions for matters such as cases where there is a finding of family violence.

If you think you may qualify for an non-disclosure and would like to talk to one of our non-disclosure attorneys, call for a no obligation, confidential consultation. Call us now at (210) 650-9074.

The typical fee for an non-disclosure is $1100, including filing fees and costs, and usually we can appear on your behalf without you having to be present.

Let Us Help You Make A Fresh Start

For almost two decades the Attorneys at the Law Offices of Carroll & Hinojosa have been helping Texans throughout the great state of Texas with their expunction and non-disclosure cases. Let us help you get a fresh start.

The Law Offices of Carroll & Hinojosa, PLLC
2117 Pat Booker Rd.
Suite B.
Universal City, TX 78148

(210) 650-9074   

Serving all the counties in the great state of Texas.