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Texas Expunction Attorney: Expunctions, Non-Disclosure Orders & Sealing Of Records

A Texas expunction attorney understands that nobody is perfect, and everybody makes mistakes once in a while. However, there are times when an error in judgment results in criminal charges. These legal charges may lead to conviction and jail time. But what if there was a way to have your record sealed so that the general public could not see it?

This article will give you information on expunctions, nondisclosure orders, and sealing of records in Texas and whether or not you are eligible for them.

Consequences Of Getting Convicted Of A Crime

A criminal conviction will follow you for the rest of your life and make it difficult to get a job, housing, or credit. Also, you will lose your right to vote and own or possess a firearm if you have a felony conviction. You may also have difficulty getting into college or professional school.

Your criminal record is public information and is accessible by anyone who wants to find it. Even a misdemeanor conviction can show up on background checks and make it hard to get a job or secure a housing loan.

In addition, an arrest record can also be damaging, even if the charges against you did not end with a conviction. Many employers, landlords, and colleges will not want to risk hiring or renting to someone with an arrest record, regardless of the circumstances.

Fortunately, there are ways to have your criminal records cleared or sealed from the public eye. You can have another shot to live your everyday life and get on with your future. This kind of chance is through expunction, nondisclosure orders, and sealing of records with the help of a Texas expunction attorney.

What Is An Expunction?

An expunction is a court-ordered process that destroys all your arrest and criminal charges records. It is as if the arrest never happened. The court will order the law enforcement agencies involved in your arrest to destroy their records. Also, the court will issue an order to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) to expunge your criminal history.
You are legally allowed to say that you have never been arrested or charged with a crime after the deletion of your records. But this comes with some exceptions. You cannot lie about your expunged record on a job or housing application if the expunction is for a felony charge.


What A Texas Expunction Attorney Can Do For You

A Texas expunction attorney can help you navigate the expungement process and ensure that your rights are protected. If you have a criminal record on file, contact a Texas expunction attorney today to discuss your case. Specifically, an expunction attorney can guide you in the areas listed below.

  • Understand the expungement process.
  • Determine if you are eligible for expungement.
  • File the necessary paperwork.
  • Represent you at a hearing.
  • Obtain an order from the court granting expunction.

In addition, a Texas expunction attorney can help you with the expunction process and help you move on with your life. If you have been convicted of a crime in Texas, contact a Texas expunction attorney today to discuss your case.

The Medlin Law Firm is a criminal defense firm that expunges criminal records in Texas. They can help you clear your history to have a new lease on life. If you have been convicted of a crime in Texas, contact Medlin Law today to discuss your case.


**Over 96 Years Of Combined Criminal Defense And Immigration Law Experience** ** Board Certified in Criminal Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization, since 1989** **Award Winning Immigration Law Firm** Our law firm in Dallas Texas is driven with one simple goal in mind and that is to deliver the best possible result on every case we represent. We know that for every criminal case that we pursue, there is a human being that is dependent on us for defending his or her rights, freedom, and future well-being. This type of understanding is the foundation of any successful attorney-client relationship. Everyone should be deserving of a lawyer that they feel comfortable working with. You need someone by your side, who knows and understands the sum and substance of the Texas criminal justice system, and who is familiar with the courts, judges, prosecutors, and clerks in the various jurisdictions of the state of Texas. We are committed 110% to be that firm for you! Selection of your criminal defense counsel should be a careful and thorough process. You need and deserve a highly experienced and devoted advocate that you can rely on to protect your rights and your future. Our team of defense lawyers at The Medlin Law Firm will always give you honest answers to your questions and will dedicate the time that is needed in order to properly outline your defense strategy and possible scenarios of resolution. When you hire our firm, we get to work right away on uncovering and investigating every single detail of your case and the charges you are facing. We know what it takes to build a strong defense on your behalf. Our philosophy in handling each and every new criminal case is to prepare for the worst, but expect the best from the get-go; therefore, we look to dismiss every case if possible, but won’t hesitate to escalate to trial if it serves your best interests. We prepare for each criminal case by planning multiple possibilities and courses of action, so that when your case unfolds, we are in an optimal position to choose the best and most beneficial resolution. Working with The Medlin Law firm means you are always informed and involved at every step of the process. In over 34 years of criminal law practice, Gary Medlin has handled criminal matters of every type and has successfully defended thousands of criminal cases in the state of Texas. His experience practicing on both sides of Texas state and federal criminal law cases offers a significant advantage to his clients. Before becoming a criminal defense attorney, Gary Medlin served as assistant district attorney for over 8 years, prosecuting criminal charges against those accused of breaking the law. Today, this experience gives him invaluable insight into how prosecutors prepare cases against the firm’s clients. He knows the prosecution’s priorities as well as their pressure points, and as a result, is much more resourceful and effective in the preparation and defense of his client’s cases. For the past several decades, Gary has been a highly regarded and trusted Texas criminal defense lawyer. He is Board Certified in Criminal Law as designated by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, a distinction achieved by only 10% of criminal defense attorneys in the state of Texas. AREAS OF PRACTICE: • Criminal Law • Immigration Law CERTIFICATIONS/SPECIALTIES: • Board Certified in Criminal Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization, since 1989 BAR ADMISSIONS: • United States Supreme Court • United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit • United States District Court, Northern District of Texas • Texas courts by the Supreme Court of the State of Texas PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS: • Tarrant County Bar Association • Tarrant County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (Immediate Past President) • DUI Defense Lawyers Association (Founding Member) • Texas DWI Defense Lawyers Association (Founding Member) • State Bar of Texas • Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers • National College for DUI Defense EDUCATION: • Texas Tech University, Bachelor of Science 1979 • Texas Tech University School of Law, Juris Doctorate 1982 • State Bar of Texas Licensed: 1983 CRIMINAL CASES WE HAVE EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE IN REPRESENTING AT BOTH THE STATE & FEDERAL LEVELS: • DWI & DUI Offenses • Assault/Battery Charges • Domestic Violence • Murder/Manslaughter • Drug Crimes • Weapons Offenses • Violent Crimes • Theft/Burglary/Shoplifting • Arson • Bribery • White Collar Crimes • Conspiracy • Cyber Crimes • Embezzlement • Forgery • Sexual Offense Crimes • Trespass • Vandalism IMMIGRATION • Visa • Green Card • Citizenship • Deportation Services List • Criminal Defense - All Levels - All Case Types • Individualized DWI Defense & Hearing to Save Your License (ALR) • Extensive Experience in Jury Trails, Obtaining Dismissals, Reductions & More • Motions to Suppress, Occupational License to Cover Periods of Suspension • Obtaining Jury Acquittals at Every Level of Crime Including Capital Murder, Intoxication Manslaughter & DWI (Past Performance is No Guarantee of Future Results) • Immigration - Visa - Green Card - Citizenship - Deportation Amenities • Bonds Free for Clients • Frequent Speaker On DWI, ALR, and Other Criminal Law Matters • Admitted to the United States Supreme Court, U.S. Dist. Ct.-Northern Dist. TX., U.S. Ct. of Appeals-5th Circuit • Member, College of State Bar of Texas, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers • Former Tarrant County Assistant District Attorney The Medlin Law Firm - Dallas 2550 Pacific Ave #866 Dallas, TX 75226 (214) 888-4810 - Contact Gary at  
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