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Expungement Attorneys in Red Oak, Midlothian, & Waxahachie, TX

Seal or Clear Your Criminal Record & Face a Brighter Future

A criminal record can have a significant impact on one’s life. Many people don’t realize that their criminal records are available to everyone, including prospective employers, neighbors, or anyone else who wants to view their criminal history. Even after successfully completing your term of deferred adjudication, your records are open until a judge signs an “Order of Nondisclosure.” Fortunately, you can take action to seal your record and protect your future.

As an Cedar Hill expungement lawyer, Robin McCarty can offer swift and effective representation to seal or expunge your criminal record. Leading our team, Attorney McCarty puts his over 20 years of experience to work for each of our clients, addressing their unique needs and helping them face brighter futures – free from criminal records.

Contact our firm at (972) 895-7636 for a free consultation and find out if you’re eligible for expunction or an Order of Nondisclosure.

Expunction & Orders of Nondisclosure in Texas

In Texas, you may address a criminal record in the following ways:

  • Expunction/Expungement – If you were arrested but were not convicted or sentenced to probation, you may be able to have your record completely sealed, as though it had never occurred. Class C misdemeanors can also be expunged if you successfully completed deferred adjudication.
  • Order of Nondisclosure – If you completed deferred adjudication for a felony, Class A misdemeanor or Class B misdemeanor, you may be able to have your record sealed by way of an Order of Nondisclosure. Registerablesex offenses, murder, domestic violence, and other criminal offenses are ineligible, so it is important to talk to an attorney about your specific case.
  • Juvenile Record Sealing – If you have a juvenile recordand have no convictions or adjudications since your discharge, and did not serve in a juvenile penitentiary, you may be able to have your record sealed.

Licensed to practice in the state of Texas, U.S. District Court of Northern District of Texas, and U.S. Supreme Court, Ellis County expungement attorney Robin McCarty can provide experienced counsel to clear or seal your record. McCarty-Larson, PLLC can work with you to determine your eligibility for expungement. Our passion and meticulous attention to detail can build your case and present a clear, firm argument to the judge. You don’t have to live under the burden of your past mistakes.

Call (972) 895-7636 today to learn more about clearing your record.