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Can an Expunction Attorney in Sugar Land Clear Your Record?
There are many instances in which a knowledgeable Sullo & Sullo expunction attorney in Sugar Land could help you clear your record and save yourself the embarrassment and other issues associated with a criminal record. As your expunction attorney in Sugar Land can discuss with you, there are some criminal offenses which do not qualify for an expunction, however there are many others which do. If your case was dismissed prior to trial, you may qualify for an expunction. Further, if you won an appeal in the Texas appeals court, completed deferred adjudication for a Class C misdemeanor, were acquitted of the crime, or received a pardon, you could qualify for an expunction and should speak to a Sullo & Sullo expunction lawyer in Sugar Land.
In this era of information, having a criminal record could significantly limit your options and your future. You could be unable to obtain a job you are well-qualified for, attend some schools, obtain a professional license, rent an apartment or home or even get a loan with a criminal offense listed on your record. If you were not arrested on charges of DWI, sexual offenses or domestic violence and have not received any conviction within five years of the offense you are seeking to have removed, you may qualify for a Sugar Land expunction. The sooner you speak to a knowledgeable expunction lawyer in Sugar Land, the sooner you may find yourself with a clear criminal record and the ability to move forward with your life.
Questions Your Expungment Attorney in Sugar Land May Ask
Your Sullo & Sullo expunction attorney in Texas will, of course, need to know every detail regarding the criminal charges you are seeking to have expunged. When the arrest took place, where you were arrested, what the exact charges were and the disposition of those charges will all be discussed with your expunction attorney in Sugar Land. Should you not qualify for an expunction—which is a total destruction of your criminal record—you might qualify for a non-disclosure which allows your criminal record to stand, but limits access to specific governmental agencies. Your skilled Sullo & Sullo expunction lawyer in Sugar Land will draft a Petition for Expunction once it is determined you are eligible. This Petition will be filed with the District Clerk and a copy served to the District Attorney—both in the jurisdiction in which you were arrested.
How a Sullo & Sullo Expunction Attorney in Texas Can Help
Many people who have attempted to have their own record expunged through an Internet site have found there are only a few procedures for expunction in the State of Texas, and that going through an expunction attorney in Sugar Land is a much better option. Your Sullo & Sullo expunction attorney in Sugar Land can help you recover from the hardships resulting from your arrest and will guide you through the Texas expunction process.
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