An arrest record can have a long-term negative effect on your personal and professional life, even if you served no jail time or were never convicted of a crime. When you are arrested and charged with a crime, a public record is created that can be obtained by private companies or prospective employers for their own use.
Texas allows expunction (removal) or nondisclosure (sealing) of law enforcement records in certain situations.
You may be eligible for relief if any of the following apply to your arrest or charges:
1.) You were found not guilty
2.) You were arrested but never formally charged
3.) Your case was dismissed
4.) You received Pre-Trial Diversion
5.) You received a deferred adjudication
6.) Juvenile charges
7.) Alcohol related offenses by minors
We have more than 40 years of criminal law experience defending people in the Longview – East Texas area, including cases involving deferred adjudication probation, expunction and nondisclosure of criminal records.
Clean Record Longview offers personalized legal counsel to each and every client. We understand how important it is to clear your criminal record, and we have the knowledge and experience to guide you through the process efficiently. We offer free initial consultations in which we evaluate your case to determine if your record can be expunged or sealed.