Irving Expungement Lawyer

There is no denying that a clean criminal record is a vast advantage in life. If you have been convicted of a crime and have acquired this problem then one way you may be able to clean your criminal record and effectively start again is the process of expungement. This is a process whereby you petition the court to expunge your record of an item on it. Whilst it is not appropriate in every case, in many instances it is possible to use this process to essentially turn back the clock and make it as if you never had the conviction in the first place.

There are variations in the law regarding possible expungement of your criminal record depending on what state you are in, these laws are subject to frequent change, and it is important that the lawyer you approach to help you in this matter is fully conversant with current legislation regarding this process. As previously noted the advantages of a record that is free of convictions and other matters cannot be denied, and the process of expungement can have many advantages to the way you live and your prospects in many areas.

The legal process required for expungement of your criminal record is complex. If you require help in this matter you should contact The Goolsby Law Firm for a free consultation. The advantages of a clean record are undeniable and attorney Mike Goolsby has two decades of experience helping clients with these types of matters.

Before petitioning the court to expunge your record of an item you must follow certain procedures, and also meet prescribed criteria. Items such as time limits, (which vary depending on the crime,) completely fulfilling the requirements of your original conviction, maintaining a clean record for a certain period of time, and other specific eligibility requirements all need to be fulfilled before petitioning the court in an expungement matter. The Goolsby Law Firm and attorney Mike Goolsby can inform you of the exact requirements in your case, and whether you meet them and are eligible for this process.

If it is not possible to gain use this process in your case, there is a possibility that you could get a non-disclosure order. These orders will effectively prevent any court officials or law enforcement officers from revealing your record to any third parties that inquire, including possible business partners, employers, and others.

One mistake should not ruin the rest of your life, and the process of expungement is one way that you may recover from a conviction. For help with this matter contact The Goolsby Law Firm today. We offer a completely free consultation where you can ask any questions, and also discover if this process is appropriate for you. Call today in complete confidence, total discretion is always assured.