Tarrant County Lawyer Handling Expunction And Non-Disclosure Of Records

In an increasingly troubled economic environment, it is more important than ever to maintain a clean criminal record. Jobs ranging from entry-level positions to senior executive positions can be harder to get — and can be lost — if employers locate evidence in the public domain of prior criminal misconduct on the part of an employee.

At The Clark Law Firm, our criminal defense attorney can help keep your record clean through record expunction and record non-disclosure for previous deferred adjudications. These terms are defined as follows:

  • Expunction — Also commonly known as expungement, expunction is a lawsuit in which the subject of a criminal arrest seeks to have all public records of the arrest and subsequent proceedings destroyed.
  • Non-disclosure — Successful completion of most deferred adjudication probations can, in most types of cases, allow for the sealing of the criminal records related to the deferred adjudication probation.

Have Questions About Expunction And Non-Disclosure? We Can Help.

Frequently our criminal defense clients, or individuals who were represented by other criminal defense firms, wish to have their record expunged. Our firm founder Bradley L. Clark is highly experienced in pursuing criminal record expunction for both misdemeanor and felony offenses.

Once your record is expunged, you will legally be allowed to "… deny the occurrence of the arrest and the existence of the expunction order."

Contact Us

For more information on how we can help you get your criminal record expunged, or for other information regarding criminal law, contact our firm for a free, in-office consultation. We accept credit cards and offer no-interest payment plans, and we have free parking for your convenience. Call The Clark Law Firm today at 817-717-1051 or 866-941-2598.

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