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Expungement and Non-Disclosure Law Firm in Dallas, TX

A criminal record can have a long-lasting impact on your life by preventing you from securing loans, employment, housing, and much more. Puente Law Firm, PLLC can represent you in your expunction and petition for a non-disclosure case in Dallas, and throughout the state of Texas. We have a long history of success in helping to bring closure to our clients by leveraging our knowledge and expertise in Texas law. Allow our team to guide you towards a brighter, unencumbered future. Learn more about expunctions and non-disclosures, then contact our team.

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What Are the Conditions for an Expunction of My Case?

Did you know that even if you were wrongfully arrested or acquitted of a charge, it can have far-reaching consequences that impact the rest of your life? When landlords, employers, or anyone else performs a background check, they’ll learn about your criminal record. Luckily, the expunction lawyers at Puente Law Firm, PLLC can help. Our team will work to erase your criminal record so it no longer exists. Not every case qualifies for expunction. There are specific conditions set by the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure (Article 55.01) that an individual must meet as stipulated by the law:

  • The individual was arrested but never charged with a crime.
  • The charges were dismissed.
  • The individual was acquitted at trial.
  • The individual was convicted but later pardoned by the Governor of Texas or the US President.
  • The person arrested was a victim of identity theft (someone else committed the crime using their name or identity).
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What Is an Order of a Non-Disclosure?

In Texas, an order of non-disclosure is a legal process to limit the accessibility of your criminal record. While it does not entirely erase or destroy the record like an expunction, it is sealed from public view. Certain private entities, such as employers or landlords, could not see this record in a background check. However, government bodies, law enforcement agencies, and other entities defined by Texas law can still access these records under specific circumstances. Our lawyers will petition the courts for a non-disclosure for your criminal record to help provide better opportunities for you in the future, including the following:

  • Employment Applications
  • Housing Applications
  • Loan Approvals
  • Educational Opportunities
  • Professional Licensing

Our Lawyers Can Provide You With a Better Future

Puente Law Firm, PLLC has represented hundreds of clients throughout Dallas, TX, and the surrounding communities in their expunctions and petitions for non-disclosure. Our team of legal professionals, led by Attorney Eric Puente, is committed to ensuring you receive the expert legal counsel you deserve. We have a deep understanding of the complex laws regarding expunctions and non-disclosures for the best outcomes possible for your case. You don’t have to allow a single mistake in your past to affect the rest of your life. Speak to a legal expert today to schedule a consultation.

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