Seeking Criminal Record Expungement In Texas?

A criminal arrest on your record can seriously hamper your life goals, including obtaining a job, renting an apartment, getting accepted into the school of your choice, or obtaining certain state or federal licenses.

In certain circumstances, Texas law provides the means to erase a criminal record or clear an arrest record in the form of expunctions and orders for nondisclosure. Contact Mark Di Carlo today by email or phone at 800-584-5798 for a free consultation to learn more.

If you are seeking legal guidance for an expunction or order of nondisclosure, lawyer Mark A. Di Carlo is here for you. Mr. Di Carlo has extensive experience handling expunctions and nondisclosures for clients in Corpus Christi.

Expunction And Nondisclosure: What Is The Difference?

"Expunction" and "nondisclosure" are both means of limiting who has access to information of a prior criminal arrest. They differ in a few ways:

  • You can file for an expunction of your arrest record, if your case is dismissed or you are found not guilty. An expunction, effectively, generally erases the arrest from your record.
  • In the event you received deferred adjudication probation for your crime and you complete the deferred adjudication probation successfully, you can file a petition for nondisclosure in most cases. When the judge grants an order for nondisclosure, the record will not to be accessible to most private parties such as employers.

Both of these legal orders are very important for those who are seeking employment, professional licenses, housing, education and other privileges that require a background check. When an arrest is expunged or sealed, you can truthfully answer "no" when asked if you have an arrest on your record. This can open up many possibilities for your future.

Contact A Texas Law Firm Today For More Information

If you are ready to move on from your arrest and your past, attorney Mark A. Di Carlo is here to help you seek an expunction or order for nondisclosure in Texas court. Contact Mr. Di Carlo today online or by telephone at 800-584-5798 to arrange a free initial consultation and discuss your options.