Everyone deserves a fresh start! The legal team at Martinez, Franklin & Morales PLLC will work with you in identifying your opportunity to clear and/or seal your criminal history. Expunctions and nondisclosures have a similar purpose but are completely different. Please schedule your free consultation to determine your eligibility for an expunction or non-disclosure.
Expunctions allow persons in certain circumstances an opportunity to completely erase their arrest record. If an expunction is granted, an individual can completely deny the arrest or the existence of the Order of Expunction, unless questioned under oath in a criminal proceeding, in which case the applicant may state only that the matter in question has been expunged.
Nondisclosures allow persons who receive deferred adjudication or even in some cases final convictions an opportunity to seal their arrest records from public view. Please visit with a member of our team to see if you qualify for a non-disclosure.
Under certain circumstances, Texas law allows juvenile charges to be sealed, even if a juvenile was placed on probation. Please visit with a member of our team to see if you qualify to seal your juvenile records.
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