Had a criminal case dismissed? Found not guilty? You may be eligible for expunction.
The ultimate goal of every criminal case is to get the case expunged. An expunction is a lawsuit that is filed at the Bexar County District Clerk’s against every agency that touched your arrest and created a file with your name on it. If granted the court orders the agencies that were sued to destroy the files with your name on them. If your case has been dismissed and you do not get an expunction you still have a criminal record, and will continue to be on your record until you get the case expunged.
An expunction of a criminal case means you destroy all records related to the crime. It’s as if it never happened. Expunctions are only available for people whose cases have been dispsed of in the following ways:
- Not guilty by a jury
- Their charge reduced to a Class C misdemeanor and received deferred adjudication
If you fall under any one of the above terms and would like your case expunged from your record in San Antonio, TX, give us a call!
- What Does It Mean To Have A Criminal Record Expunged?
- Are There Any Criminal Records That Can’t Be Expunged?
- How Long Does The Entire Expunction Process Generally Take?
- What Can I Expect To Happen In The First 24 Hours After An Arrest?
- Do You Bill By The Hour Or Charge A Flat Fee?
No expunction? No cost to you.
We have years of experience in filing expunction for residents all over San Antonio and South Texas. We guarantee not to charge you unless we are 100% sure we can get your case expunged.
Why have a case expunged?
There are multiple benefits to getting your criminal case expunged from your record in San Antonio. Imagine you go into a job interview and find yourself explaining your prior arrest instead of your qualifications. An expunction can help save you embarrassment at your work or job interview, it can also help keep your moral turpitude intact for further court appearances.
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