Many of us did dumb things when we were younger. Some of us still do. However, problems arise for those that get a criminal record as a result of one of these dumb things. Those people now have a criminal record. A criminal record can affect your ability to get employment and move to a new apartment or house. We are frequently contacted by people who ask “How do I expunge my criminal record?” In Texas, expunction of criminal records may be done only in very limited cases. If you received deferred adjudication for a Class C Misdemeanor, you may file with the court to have your record expunged. Misdemeanors that are Class B, A or Felonies are not eligible for expunction. However, many convictions for the above are entitled for non-disclosure. Daniel L Morris, The Morris Law Firm, PLLC, (214)357-1782, info@themorrisfirm.net


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