San Antonio Expungement Attorney
Secure a Fresh Start with Calfas Law Group
After you have been arrested or convicted of a crime and served your time, the crime goes on your record and stays there. This may seem permanent, especially as it begins to affect your employment, education, and housing opportunities. However, there are legal options which may be available to you to allow you to have your record expunged.
This means that other people will not be able to access your records, but instead, they will be sealed away or wiped clean. It is important that you consult with a knowledgeable San Antonio criminal defense lawyer at Calfas Law Group to discuss your options.
It can be possible to finally move on from your criminal conviction. Call us now at 210-405-8315 to start exploring your options.
Qualifying for Expungement in Texas
If you are interested in clearing your name and having an opportunity for a new lease on life, we can help. We can sit down with you to discuss the necessary qualifications to go through the expungement process. Our goal is to give you peace of mind that your record is not accessible to others and you can put your past behind you.
In order to qualify for expungement, you must meet one or more of the following:
- You were acquitted after a trial
- You completed an intervention program
- Your case was dismissed because of a mistake
- You were arrested, but not charged
- You were convicted (of certain crimes, typically not felonies)
You will not be eligible for expungement if you were convicted of a felony or have previously expunged your record. Since this is only allowed one time, it is important that you consult with a lawyer about your options.
Our San Antonio expungement attorney represents people who have been charged with the following types of criminal offenses:
- Certain weapons offenses
- White collar crimes
- Violent crimes
- Sex crimes
- Domestic violence
- Certain drug charges
Our firm is ready to help you put your legal troubles behind you for good. Reach out to our firm today to discuss your rights and options.