Criminal Record Non-Disclosure in Texas
A procedure known as nondisclosure can seal your criminal record from public access. This can make it far easier to continue on with your life after a criminal conviction. Depending on your eligibility, our non-disclosure attorneys may be able to assist you in the process and improve your chances of success.
Criminal record non-disclosure is similar to expunction. Both allow you to legally deny an arrest when applying for a job. Expunction requires all records of the arrest to be destroyed completely. Non-disclosure simply prevents public access to records related to the arrest. You may be eligible for non-disclosure if the court granted you Deferred Adjudication Probation for the offense.
Contact Martin Braddy Attorney at Law in order to find out if you are eligible and discuss your options. Attorney Braddy may be able to help you seal your records and move on with your life. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
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