Texas Expungement and Record Sealing

How To Request Your Texas Criminal Record

By: Sam Eastman, Partner, Eastman, Libersat, Meyler, PC The State of Texas keeps your criminal record forever—unless you obtain an expunction, order of nondisclosure, pardon, or conviction set-aside, your criminal record will remain available to the public. To make matters worse, Texas makes criminal records particularly available to the public, even if you were arrested and …

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Identity Theft And Removing Other False Information From Your Texas Criminal Record

By: Sam Eastman, Partner, Eastman, Libersat, Meyler, PC Texas makes criminal records particularly available to the public, regardless of whether an arrest resulted in a conviction. Fair or not, counties in Texas make this private, potentially damaging information available to practically anybody with an internet connection. What is particularly troubling about this system is that …

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New Law to Benefit First Time Offenders in Texas

The Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 1902 which expands the record sealing (aka Order of NonDisclosure) law in Texas to many one-time offenders with a misdemeanor conviction.  While this bill improves the states current law, it will ONLY apply to offenses committed on or after September 1, 2015.  So, if you were convicted of a misdemeanor …

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