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Getting a Job with a Texas Record

Posted by on Apr 19, 2013 in Featured, News

Getting a job in today’s economy is already daunting. Even if you don’t have a criminal record and have a well written résumé, finding a job that pays well and meets your qualifications can be difficult. To make matters worse, employers and companies are increasingly utilizing online background services like credit.net and smartbusinsesreports.com to instantly screen candidates. This process is automated and declines your application even...

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Order of Non-disclosure – 5 Reasons why you should consider one

Posted by on Apr 18, 2013 in Featured, News

A non-disclosure order is an option that is available to you if you completed a deferred adjudication order that was given to you by a judge or jury panel. You may consider a non-disclosure order when you are attempting to reinstate services that are normally available for those who do not have a criminal record. These services include renting or leasing an apartment, applying for a career, obtaining banking services, or participating in...

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How to receive an Expunction for your Texas Criminal Record

Posted by on Apr 15, 2013 in Featured

Summary There are a few ways you can start your Texas expungement process. But first, you must look at the limitations of the law before proceeding. You can have your record expunged if your arrest did not result in a charge or a conviction when you went to court. If you were acquitted for a charge, you are probably also not eligible for an expunction, unless the crime was acquitted by a trial court by the Criminal Court of Appeals. If you...

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Do You Know Your Texas Firearm Rights?

Posted by on Feb 21, 2013 in Featured, News

President Obama recently stated the United States is in an “epidemic of gun violence,” at a White House proposal meeting regarding gun control. Many Americans who have been convicted of crimes are concerned about the possibility of losing Second Amendment rights due to the President’s proposal. President Obama’s proposed legislation arises in response to incidents such as the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, as...

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Texas Expungement, Expung and Exsponge

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Featured, News

There are many ways of spelling expungement. Such as expung, exsponge, expong, or even esponge and exspunge. If expungement is what you were looking for in Texas, you have definitely come to the right place. Please take a look around and find more information about clearing your criminal record and starting your life fresh once again. Also feel free to support ExpungementTexas by clicking on our banner ads – also inquire about their...

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