Find An Expungement Attorney
How to choose a good expungement attorney online:
- Check the state bar records for a valid license and a discipline report
- Make sure the street address on the bar records matches the billing address
- Have the protection of paying with a credit card
- Make sure the attorney has a street address
- Ask if the attorney has malpractice insurance
Questions to Ask When Choosing a Record Clearing Attorney:
- Do they offer a flat fee or hourly rate?
- Are they able to provide any free expungement eligibility tests? Otherwise you will end up paying for an analysis of your case.
- Does the price include filing fees?
- Will the attorney go to court for you?
- Does the attorney specialize in record clearing?
- Does the attorney have experience clearing records with the court that will be overseeing your case?
- Who will handle your case?
- Can you speak to the attorney?
There may be slight differences between Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Corpus Christi TX areas.
✓ Driving under the Influence DUI
If you have a DUI on your criminal record from the past 5 years, there may be a way for you to have your record cleared.
You may be able to clear your DUI from your record through an expunged. DUI records show up as a criminal record, especially if you got into an accident or injured someone.
✓ After Probation
Finding a job after serving probation can be difficult. Most employment applications require a criminal background check. If you are on probation, it likely means that you also have a prior criminal record for a serious offense. The details are very important to getting an expungement after probation, and we highly recommend contacting a law firm specializing in probation termination and record clearing. If you are currently on probation and seek to have an early probation termination, click here.
✓ Restoring Gun Rights
Your second amendment rights and civil rights are inherently valuable as an American citizen. Losing these rights can be devastating and can leave you to be vulnerable to a home robbery or random acts of violence. Regardless of how you lost your gun rights, there may be ways to have your prior offenses cleared so that you can restore your gun rights. Read more.