Criminal Record Sealing & Expunction

Expunction, also referred to as criminal record sealing, are great opportunities for people who were accused of a mistake in the past, but had their case or conviction overturned, overruled, thrown out, or had their charges dismissed.

Understanding Expunction & Texas Law

The process of expunction is the method available to criminal record sealing lawyers for helping their clients remove criminal records from their backgrounds.

Expunction is a great benefit for persons looking to move on in their career after being charged with a crime, but not convicted, or for persons who are looking to get on with their lives after having their cases overturned.

Expunction is only available to persons who were never convicted of a crime, and is only available in the following circumstances;

  1. The defendant was accused & charged with a crime only for the criminal court to dismiss the charges.
  2. The defendant was put on trial for a crime, but acquitted.
  3. The defendant was convicted of a crime, but the conviction was later thrown out, or “overturned”.

Christian Capitaine Can Help With Expunction

Christian Capitaine 3The main reason for the legal expunction & criminal record sealing is to correct mistakes made by the criminal justice system, and to prevent innocent people from suffering societal consequences of having a background record with entries of crimes they did not commit.

Expunction is available for felony and misdemeanor criminal records.

Learn More About Expunction & Texas Law

If you need to talk with an experienced Houston expungement lawyer about the possibility of having certain criminal records removed from your background we can help.

Contact attorney Christian Capitaine at your earliest convenience by calling our law office directly at 832-618-7831, or by sending a message to us by contact form using our contact page.

Criminal Record Sealing & Expunction

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