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Expungements (also commonly referred to as expunction) completely removes and destroys all traces of your arrest and prosecution. When your record is expunged, it will no longer appear on background checks. 

If your record does not qualify for an expunction, it may qualify for an Order of Nondisclosure. A nondisclosure effectively seals your records from most private background checks. 

Additionally, a Defendant who meets certain qualifications may be given the ability to terminate their probation early. The Court, in its discretion, can order the Early Termination of Probation in many misdemeanor and felony cases. This means you will no longer be on community supervision (probation). 

An arrest history or criminal record can negatively effect your life for many years. You don’t even have to be convicted of a crime personally, yet still your prior arrests and formal charges filed against you can create difficulties in obtaining employment, as well as housing and educational opportunities.

Call us NOW for a free consultation on whether you’re eligible for an expunction, nondisclosure or early termination of probation! 

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