Expungement & Nondisclosure Lawyers
We Will Work To Seal Your Record
Have you recently been convicted of a criminal charge as a result of a no-contest plea or a guilty plea, or have you been found guilty by a judge or jury?
If so, you may want to consider exploring expungement, a legal process in which the conviction and your case is dismissed. In the case of expungement, your record will still exist. Although this legal action is often confused with nondisclosure, expungement does not destroy or seal your existing criminal record. Nondisclosure is very similar to expungement, but it is used to seal your criminal record from anyone in the public, including possible employers.
Here at Barbieri Law Firm, P.C., our criminal defense lawyers help clients like you to understand and explore the process of petitioning for expungement or nondisclosure. There are many different factors of eligibility that we can discuss with you during your initial consultation. We have the necessary knowledge and competence you need to work toward getting your criminal record expunged successfully.
There are many conditions that may affect your eligibility for expungement, such as:
- No subsequent offenses
- Living a current honest and clean lifestyle
- Successful completion of probation
- No sentence for state prison (for felony convictions)
- Compliance with your court orders
Call 469-300-1522 to speak with us in a complimentary case review today.
Begin With A Complimentary Consultation
There are a number of different ways that we can help you here at Barbieri Law Firm, P.C.
Serving clients throughout Texas – including in the Dallas, Allen, Collin County and Plano communities – our firm has earned a reputation for our professionalism and extensive experience. We would be happy to answer any questions that you may have and provide you with more detailed information. Schedule a complimentary consultation with our Plano criminal defense lawyer to discuss the details of your case!
Call us today at 469-300-1522 and discover how we can help you with expungement and nondisclosure.