Do I Qualify For Expungement Or Nondisclosure?

Criminal Defense
Many factors can contribute to a person making a bad decision or getting caught up in a bad situation. There are times when a person needs a second chance. Expungement and nondisclosure can be that second chance.

These are important options because of all the negative ways a criminal record can affect a background check.

At McCarty-Larson, PLLC, we can review the details of your past criminal case to determine if you are likely to qualify for clearing a criminal record or sealing it. Call (972) 775-2100 to see what options are available to you.

You Are Likely to Qualify for Expungement if:

  • You were arrested but not convicted of a crime
  • The charges against you were dismissed
  • You were acquitted at trial

You Are Likely to Qualify for Nondisclosure if:

  • You received deferred adjudication and successfully completing deferred adjudication
  • You have no disqualifying criminal history (that doesn’t mean no criminal history)
  • You have met the waiting period requirements and have not had any new criminal charges brought against you

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If your past criminal record is having a negative impact on your life, find out if you could qualify for expungement or nondisclosure. You have nothing to lose by talking with an experienced defense attorney at McCarty-Larson, PLLC in a free initial consultation.

Call (972) 775-2100 or contact us to schedule an initial consultation. Our goal is to provide you outstanding legal service.