Clear Your Criminal Record With An Expunction

You want to move forward with your life after successfully standing up against allegations lodged against you by the State of Texas. Securing a good job or even an apartment to rent can be much more difficult with a criminal record. Whether it's to open career doors that were previously closed, or simply to avoid the future embarrassment of having a relative or a new acquaintance stumble upon your mugshot in a Google search, an expunction is always a good idea. And since obtaining an expunction is a multi-step process, by the time you realize you need to clear your record it could be entirely too late.

An expunction gives you an opportunity to clear a previous arrest. At The Law Offices of David C. Hardaway, we offer the necessary legal expertise for criminal record expunctions. Not every arrest is eligible for expunction, and the process is far too complicated to try and do it yourself. In Texas, you may be eligible to have an arrest expunged for a number of reasons, some of the more common ones being:

  • You were arrested but not charged
  • You were found "not guilty" of a charge
  • Your case was dismissed
  • You won an appeal
  • The charge was re-filed as a Class C misdemeanor and did not result in a final conviction

Legally Clean The Slate

As an experienced expunction attorney, I offer the skill and knowledge to make sure the job is done correctly and expeditiously. If your expunction is granted, then all record of your arrest will be eliminated and destroyed.

After having a criminal record expunged, you will no longer need to mark that you have been charged with a crime on employment or school applications. You can breathe easy knowing that as far as the law is concerned, the unfortunate arrest never even happened.

Call My Office To Learn More About Expunctions

Call my office today to find out if you are eligible to petition for expunction. I will answer your questions and guide you through the legal process step-by-step. You can reach my San Marcos office by calling 512-212-1706, or fill out a confidential online contact form.