Is your criminal record preventing you from landing a job? Is your criminal record preventing you from maintaining good credit? Are you being held back from obtaining a professional license? There are some limited circumstances in which you may qualify to have an expunction of entries on your criminal history report.
If you do qualify, having an expunction may benefit the quality of your life greatly. You should speak to our attorneys who will assist you in obtaining your criminal history record, determine if you qualify for an expunction and submit the request to the court for consideration.
Reaching out for assistance is only one call away. Feel free to contact one of the attorneys at The Law Offices of Rita C. Dixon, PLLC to see if you qualify for an expunction. We want to help you move forward into a new season.
In some limited circumstances you may qualify to obtain an order of non-disclosure. The order would effectively prevent certain agencies from disclosing information about particular criminal records. Also if an order of non-disclosure is granted, you may not have to legally disclose the criminal offense. The non-disclosure seals the record from public view. However, the record may still be viewable by the criminal justice system, licensing agencies and some government sectors.
Once your records are expunged or sealed you may also need to follow up with private companies who should update their databases. This is an extra step that may need to be taken to remove the entries. The attorneys with The Law Offices of Rita C. Dixon, PLLC are here to help with this process.
See if you qualify and book a consultation by calling 817-768-6333 or by submitting a request through our online form on the contact page.