Did you know that you may have an arrest record on your criminal history even if you were found "NOT GUILTY" at trial or the charges were dropped? This may also be the case if you have completed deferred adjudication probation. The law requires that the arrested person go back and file for expunction or sealing of their criminal history. The Law Office of Michael Garcia can help you apply for an expunction or non-disclosure to keep your arrest record private. Attorney Michael Garcia will review the outcome of your case to make sure that you are eligible for expunction or sealing, and will file the necessary paperwork to assure that you are afforded every right available under the law.
In eligible cases, an expunction erases any mention of an arrest from your criminal history. If a person has completed a deferred adjudication probation, a non-disclosure order seals the arrest record from the public. When this information is available to the public, it will show up on pre-employment screenings and online database searches. This may affect your ability to obtain work and may trouble you for many years to come. Work with a Fort Worth criminal defense lawyer to keep this information private.
Work with The Law Office of Michael Garcia, and know that this sensitive issue is being treated with the time and attention that it deserves. Better representation leads to better outcomes, so partner up with the right lawyer.
To get the process started, contact The Law Office of Michael Garcia at your earliest convenience. The attorney can answer all your questions and more during your free, in-person consultation.