Petition for Non-Disclosure Attorney
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Do you have a criminal record in Texas? Did you know that in certain circumstances you may be able to keep your record private? The process is often not straightforward. That’s why it’s important to talk with an experienced criminal defense attorney who knows how the legal system works in Texas. That’s why we want to meet with you.
At The Webb Firm, P.C. in Conroe, we know what you’re going through. That’s because our experienced lawyers have dealt with such cases before, as well as ones involving expungement. Attorney Amanda Webb and her legal team know what needs to be done. More importantly, we’re prepared to do the hard work to get the job done right.
What is an order of non-disclosure?
As the name suggests, an order of non-disclosure prevents police departments, courts and other public officials from publicly releasing certain criminal records in Texas. As a result, you would not be legally required from having to disclose any information about such an arrest or conviction.
It is important to know that certain state agencies may still be able to see such items on your arrest record in certain circumstances. That’s why you may also want to discuss expungement (having your criminal record cleared) when you meet with an attorney at our law firm.
Who’s eligible for an order of non-disclosure?
Texas has very strict rules and regulations regarding who is and is not eligible for receiving an order of non-disclosure. Such circumstances include:
- Your conviction was a misdemeanor offense.
- Your criminal offense was not a violent crime.
- Your criminal offense was not driving while intoxicated (DWI).
- Your criminal offense was not a sexual crime.
- You have not had a criminal conviction within the last two years.
Obtaining an order of non-disclosure in Texas is not an easy legal matter. There’s often lots of paperwork that needs to be filled out, and if you make a mistake, you could jeopardize the outcome of your request. That’s why we want to help you.
We’re here for you when you need us most
Details matter when it comes to obtaining an order of nondisclosure. Experience counts as well. That’s why many people turn to us when dealing with such complex legal matters. Attorney Webb has a unique understand of such legal issues. That’s because before she founded her own law firm, Webb served as an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County.