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Looking to have your criminal record expunged?

Expungement is the legal term describing the process of destroying or striking out arrest records, information and files relating to criminal charges. Chapter 15 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure details the laws, provisions, requirements and procedures surrounding the expunction of arrest records, court records and criminal records.

If you or a loved one has been arrested for a DWI or other offense, even if you never went to court, trial or were convicted of a crime, you probably have an arrest record. Through the internet, public information is more easily accessible than ever. This means, almost any individual can obtain access to your arrest or criminal record. Since an arrest or criminal record could have a long-term negative impact on your personal and professional life, I strongly advise you seek counsel from my firm immediately. My staff and I understand the effects an arrest or criminal record can have on your life and livelihood. We will be able to obtain a copy of your record, advise you of your options, and work aggressively, on your behalf, to help you get your record expunged.

Keep in mind, even a case of mistaken identity could cause serious problems and prevent you from being able to buy a house, get a decent job, apply for a loan, and more. An indiscretion when you were younger, or even a grievous mistake which you have paid dearly for, should not have to follow you around for the rest of your life. In cases such as this, you need an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer on your side who is dedicated to getting your record expunged so that you may receive the fresh start you rightfully deserve.

Expungement Lawyer Serving Houston and Harris County

For the last 15 years, my firm has been successfully representing clients facing DWI charges. My staff and I work hard to see that clients receive the same level of service, commitment and representation as if it was my own case. Although I cannot promise or guarantee a specific outcome, I do promise that I will do everything I can to obtain the best possible outcome. I want the same results for my clients that I want for myself.

My law firm has received an AV® rating from Martindale-Hubbell® for professional excellence, ethical standards and legal ability in my particular area of practice, DWI law. I am also a member of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the State Bar of Texas. My staff and I are available 24/7 to assist clients with their needs. Whether you are a doctor, lawyer, engineer, pilot, law enforcement official, teacher, corporate executive, or stay-at-home parent, I will provide you with the highest level of service and deliver the representation you deserve.

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