Effects of a Criminal Case for College Students

College students are on their own, usually for the first time in their lives, and it is expected that they might make poor decisions or other mistakes. If a mistake results in an arrest, criminal charges, or even a criminal conviction, it can haunt them for years and...

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Ways an Expungement or Sealed Record Can Help Your Career

Expungement or Sealed Record Can Help Your Career If you have a criminal conviction on your record, it can make it difficult to find the job you want. Many companies shy away from hiring people with criminal records, and this might be true even if you were not...

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Overview of the Expungement Process in Texas

We May Be Able to Clear Your Arrest or Criminal Record You might have heard that an expunction or order of nondisclosure can help you clear your arrest or criminal record and move on with your life in Texas. However, how do you go about doing this? Texas has...

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How Does an Expungement Work?

When your arrest or criminal charges are wrongful, you can spend resources trying to ensure you are not also wrongfully convicted of an offense. Your criminal defense attorney might work hard to ensure your case is dropped or you are found not guilty. However, even...

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Ways an Arrest Record Can Impact Your Life

You might breathe a sigh of relief if you were arrested and never charged, or if you faced criminal charges and were not convicted. However, even having an arrest on your record can impact your life in many ways. If you are feeling the effects of an arrest record,...

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How Long Do You Have to Wait for an Expungement?

If you were not convicted of a crime - or possibly even charged - you might be anxious to clear your name by having your record expunged. However, there might be a waiting period for expungement in some situations. An experienced Texas expungement attorney can inform...

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Can Someone Oppose Your Expunction?

If you meet the requirements for an expunction set out by Texas law, you might assume that the court will grant your petition with few obstacles. However, it is important to recognize that there are complications that might arise during an expunction case - including...

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Should You Have Your Record Sealed?

Being convicted of a crime can change your life. Not only might the court order you to pay fines and serve probation, but you will then have the conviction appear on your criminal record - possibly for the rest of your life. Even if the judge dismissed your charges...

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