ERASING CRIMINAL HISTORY XPUNCTIONS/PETITION FOR NON-DISCLOSURES

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My office helps people erase their criminal history. However, most people DO NOT QUALIFY for complete record erasing:

YOU CANNOT ERASE YOUR CRIMINAL HISTORY IF:

  1. You were CONVICTED of either a felony or Misdemeanor.
  2. You went to PRISON because of your conviction.
  3. You received a Regular Probation (Not Deferred) and you completed it...You are Still not eligible.
  4. You went to trial and lost.
  5. You filed an appeal and lost the appeal.
  6. You filed an appeal, the case was reversed and remanded for a new trial or sentencing. At trial you lost again.
  7. You did your time, you are no longer on regular probation or parole, but it keeps showing up on your record. I am sorry but it's non-Erasable.

OKAY SO WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

  1. Your case was Dismissed because the state was not able to prove your case beyond a reasonable doubt. However, If the case was Dismissed because you Plead Guilty to another case then you are not eligible.
  2. You were NO-BILLED by the Grand Jury.
  3. You completed DEFERRED ADJUDICATION PROBATION and your offense is NOT in the long list of offenses that don’t qualify.


APPEAL OF YOUR CONVICTION:

ou only have 30 days to appeal any conviction or to possibly attack a Plea Agreement so Act fast or you lose big time. Appeals are sometimes the only thing that you can do to remedy a wrongful conviction but most people only think about this AFTER the 30 day window expires. That's too late. Contact me as soon as you can after a conviction so that an Appeal can be perfected. If not, then another injustice will have occurred...two wrongs won't make it right.


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