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If you have a criminal charge on your record, it can affect your ability to get a job, loan or positive outcome in a situation involving a background check. Under Texas law, there are several options for people to prevent a criminal charge from affecting their future, including expunctions and non-disclosures.
If you are unable to obtain an expunction, Texas law allows certain individuals that have successfully been discharge from their deferred probation to petition the court for a non-disclosure. A non-disclosure will prevent the general public from having access to your criminal record related to that specific offense.
However, certain governmental agencies and law enforcement will still have access to your criminal record. Certain major crimes do not qualify for a non-disclosure, and other crimes may come with a wait period before you can file a motion.
A non-disclosure can help you:
- Show a clean record to certain individuals searching your background
- Avoid a social stigma
- Increase your chances of qualifying for loans, employment, housing or educational opportunities.
A Fort Bend County criminal attorney from our firm with knowledge of the Texas justice system can help provide assistance in trying to obtain a non-disclosure. We have provided legal assistance to numerous Texans, and our firm genuinely cares about fighting for our clients.
After completing the probationary deferred adjudication process, you can file for a petition sealing of your records. There are many laws and regulations governing non-disclosure, and we can help you navigate the process.
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At The Sims Law Firm, PLLC, we believe a mistake in the past should not affect your chances of prospering in the future. Our Fort Bend County defense firm is led by a former prosecutor who knows the Texas justice system, has over 15 years of experience, and has prosecuted and defended hundreds of cases.
To get started and learn what our firm can do for you, please contact us today. We can review your situation during a free case evaluation. We can help you obtain a fresh new start.
By hiring Fort Bend County lawyers from The Sims Law Firm, PLLC, you can rest assured that your case is in the best hands. Their lawyers have years of experience and provide knowledgeable legal representation. They will work hard to ensure your rights are protected and you receive the compensation you need after suffering an injury.
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- Dismissed Felony Possession of Controlled Substance (OR 2-A >=4G<400G)
- Dismissed day of trial Felon in Possession of Firearm
- Dismissed Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child under the age of 14
- Dismissed Assault Causing Bodily Injury
- Not Guilty Verdict Assault Causing Bodily Injury
Attorney Brandon Sims Will Handle Your Case From Start to Finish
Over 15 Years of Exclusively Practicing Criminal Law
Experienced Former Prosecutor
Handled Over a Thousand Cases
If you hesitate to hire an attorney, it may become more difficult to obtain favorable evidence and/or locate witnesses that can testify on your behalf. The sooner you contact The Sims Law Firm, PLLC the sooner we can discuss your charges and get started on your defense.
When you choose Attorney Brandon Sims, he will strategically anticipate and explain how the prosecution will present their case and plan accordingly in crafting your defense. Our firm believes that all individuals have the right to legal representation and that they are innocent until proven otherwise.
We are here to help you get through this difficult time. Don't wait to give our Fort Bend County criminal defense attorney a call at (713) 766-1445 to schedule your initial, confidential consultation.