As a former Texas judge and experienced expunction attorney in Fort Bend County, I understand the inner workings of the criminal justice system and can help you file a petition for expunction. When clients retain our legal services, we immediately begin work on their case and offer a variety of options for obtaining an expunction order or a petition for non-disclosure seal.
There’s no reason to be deprived of opportunities when you have the right to clean your criminal records through legal expunction. The David Hunter Law Firm provides extensive criminal defense for clients charged and arrested for crimes in the Fort Bend County and Sugar Land, TX areas, and who are seeking expunction of their criminal records.
- 1,000's Of Cases Successfully Handled
- More Than 30 Years of Legal Experience
- More Than 20 Awards For Excellence In Criminal Defense
Criminal record expunction – also known as “expungement” – is the legal process of removing a criminal arrest record from public records. (Technically speaking, the record is “expunged.”)getting charged.
Why Seek Expunction?
Having criminal charges on your record makes your life difficult in a number of ways:
- It can hinder you from attaining a lease on an apartment.
- It can make employers apprehensive about hiring you.
- You could be denied admission to schools and colleges.
David Hunter is by far the most knowledgeable and passionate attorney in the field. He made my case and the law easy to understand.
Expunging your criminal records in Texas is a time-consuming process that should only be attempted with a knowledgeable expunction attorney by your side. Only certain criminal offenses can be expunged for defendants. Some criminal offenses require a 5-year waiting period before a petition for expunction can be filed. Other types of crimes may only be eligible for “sealing,” or non-disclosure to the public. Find out which one you are eligible for, so you can begin a new life without a criminal past.
Are You Eligible for Expunction Defense?
The State Bar Association of Texas states that you may be eligible for expunction if:
- “Not-Guilty” verdict after a trial hearing
- Acquitted by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
- Conviction is pardoned by the Governor
- Completing a deferred adjudication for a Class C misdemeanor
Contact Expunction Lawyer David Hunter
I will do everything possible to give you a clean record. My experience as an expunction attorney and a judge gives me the upper hand in the court room. Call me today at 281-417-3117 or schedule online for a free legal consultation. Clear your future while clearing your criminal records.