Tyler Divorce Attorney

Tyler Expunction Attorney


     Online access to criminal information regarding individuals can be a very useful and quickly accessible tool. However, what if you were arrested, but never charged with a crime or you were charged with a crime and found not guilty? Unlimited access to this information via the internet or other tools could be detrimental to your ability to get a job and take care of yourself and your family.

    In Texas the law allows for the records regarding your criminal arrest or charges to be erased under certain limited circumstances. Not to be confused with an order of non disclosure which simply seals your records, an expunction if granted by the Court actually erases your records. Contact me today for a consultation regarding whether you meet the qualifications to file a Petition for Expunction.

    If you are need or have questions regarding an Expunction in Smith County contact me to discuss your options. 



Smith County Expunctions

(903) 525-9869