Expunctions and Non-Disclosures
Do you need to clean your record? Call Loper Law, we can help.
It is not enough just to get your case dismissed. Criminal charges can follow a citizen for the rest of their life. When a citizen is charged with an offense, the information will always be available to the public, even if the charges were dismissed. When a citizen successfully completes a deferred adjudication probation, the information will always be available to the public. We can help.
If your criminal charge was dismissed, if a jury found you Not Guilty of the charge at trial, or if a Grand Jury declined to indict you and issued a “No Bill”, Loper Law can file a Petition for Expunction on your behalf. By filing the Petition, Loper Law sues the government to expunge a citizen’s record of a criminal charge that was subsequently dismissed. Each agency with any information on your arrest and charge will be ordered to permanently destroy your record.
If you successfully completed a Deferred Adjudication Probation, Loper Law can file a Petition for Non-Disclosure on your behalf. If you completed a Deferred Adjudication Probation for a felony charge, you may be eligible to file the Petition as long as 5 years have passed without a criminal conviction or probation other than a traffic offense. If you completed a Deferred Adjudication Probation for a misdemeanor charge (other than Assault-Family Member), you may immediately be eligible to file the Petition. A court can order each agency with any information on your charge and arrest to seal those records from the view of the public.