Everyone has made a mistake at some point in their life. Having a criminal record can have a significant impact on an individual’s life, making it difficult to find employment, obtain housing, receive a loan or even coach your child’s sports team. In Texas, once a person’s record is expunged, all information is removed from the criminal record and you can deny the incident ever happened. However, not all records are eligible for an expunction. If you do not qualify for an expunction, you may still be eligible for a nondisclosure that limits access to your criminal record.
At The Law Office of Abrar & Vergara, we can help you protect your record and inform you of your options.