Delete Your Criminal Records

Under Texas Law, if someone has been convicted, including being incarcerated in a penitentiary or jail, placed on probation or community supervision, including deferred adjudication, then that person is not eligible to have this conviction expunged from either government records systems or public record systems.

However, if someone has been found not guilty of a criminal charge, also known as being “acquitted”, by a judge or jury, or “no billed” by a grand jury, then the records associated with that specific charge may be expunged. Also, if someone has had a criminal charge dismissed due to being unlawfully arrested, the suppression of illegally obtained evidence by the police or mistake of fact, that person is eligible to have that criminal record expunged from all government record systems and public record systems.

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Want us to get started on your expunction? Complete the checklist below and if you’re eligible we’ll contact you with more information on moving forward. The security of your information is important to us. Your form will be submitted over a secure connection and will only be viewable by our staff.

You have a right to expunction if:

Acquittal:

Dismissal / No-Bill:

Government Code 411.081

1. PETITIONER MUST HAVE RECEIVED:

2. AND PETITIONER COMPLIED WITH THE WAITING PERIOD FROM THE DATE OF DISCLOSURE:

Or
And

* Includes unlawful restraint, sec offenses, family violence offenses, assaultive and disorderly conduct, weapons offenses.

3. PETITIONER IS INELIGIBLE IF EVER CONVICTED OR PLACED ON DEFERRED ADJUDICATION FOR THE FOLLOWING:

* Offenses requiring registration as sex offender.

4. EVEN IF ELIGIBLE, PETITIONER BECOMES DISQUALIFIED IF:

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