Should You Have Your Record Sealed?

Should You Have Your Record Sealed?

Non-disclosure
Being convicted of a crime can change your life. Not only might the court order you to pay fines and serve probation, but you will then have the conviction appear on your criminal record - possibly for the rest of your life. Even if the judge dismissed your charges after deferred adjudication, your record can still harm your reputation, career, and more. If you had deferred adjudication or a conviction in your criminal case, you are generally not eligible for an expunction in Texas, which destroys the records. However, this does not mean you must live with the consequences of your mistakes forever. Instead, learn about your eligibility for non-disclosure, which does not destroy anything, but can effectively seal your record. Benefits of Non-Disclosure You probably did not realize the…
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