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Category Archives: Expunctions and Non-Disclosures

The Requirements for Criminal Record Expungement In Texas

In today’s highly competitive business world, maintaining a clean reputation and a clear criminal background has become a major necessity. The tight job market in the United States has prompted employers to conduct extensive background checks on job applicants, which often see their job prospects diminished even if they only have a single arrest for more >

Appeal Bonds in Texas Courts

If a person goes to trial and is found guilty what will happen next? The answer is that you can appeal the case to attempt to reverse the judgment based upon constitutional error or other error that was harmful to your fundamental right to a fair trial. Generally, a defendant has thirty days to appeal more >

Cleaning Up Your Record – Expunctions and Non-Disclosures

http://www.sharpanddriverlaw.com/ Many people think that once their criminal cases are dismissed, those cases are off their records forever, only to be surprised when a potential employer or landlord asks them about it. The truth is that cleaning up your criminal background is more complicated than just getting a dismissal or completing deferred adjudication. Once the more >


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