Montgomery County, TX Expungement Attorney
Experienced Conroe lawyers who understand the law
Everyone makes mistakes but that doesn’t mean you should have to pay for them for the rest of your life. This is especially true if you have a criminal record. Being charged and convicted of a crime can impact your ability to get a job, perhaps even a loan or other important milestones in your life. You need a criminal defense lawyer to fight for you.
Fortunately, Texas allows people to have their criminal record wiped clean in certain circumstances. This process is known as expungement. It can also be a very complicated process in many cases. That’s why it’s important that you have an experienced expungement lawyer on your side who understands Texas’ legal system.
We know what we’re doing at The Webb Firm, P.C. in Conroe. That’s because we’ve been doing this work for years. Attorney Amanda Webb has extensive courtroom experience. She also previously served as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. Such knowledge and skill can be very useful when it comes to expungement cases in Conroe, The Woodlands and other nearby communities in Texas.
Common expungement cases
Texas state law outlines exactly who can and cannot get an expunction. The result of the original case usually determines who is eligible. For the most part you are either qualified for an expungement or you are not. Common expungement cases we handle at our law firm include:
Most circumstances are clear. Your attorney can offer you the very best recommendations on whether you qualify based on your situation. A court-ordered deferred adjudication probation (other than for Class C misdemeanors) does not qualify for an expunction but might certify for an order of non-disclosure.
You can count on our law firm
The expungement process in Texas can be very long and complicated. Often, it starts with filing an expunction claim. An expunction is a claim asking a district court to enter an order that all law enforcement agencies with any records of a person’s arrest (or criminal charges) erase or destroy those records. It is meant to remove all records in the hands of law enforcement agencies concerning criminal charges.
Find out if you’re eligible to have your criminal record expunged. Talk to an experienced expungement attorney who knows how the legal system works in Texas. Contact us and schedule your free consultation today.