Clearing Your Name

If you have been charged with a crime, served out provisions of a sentence and are ready to move on, you don't need to have a criminal record hanging over your head.

The Texas Department of Public Safety allows some defendants, upon successful completion of a deferred adjudication, to submit a petition for non-disclosure so that the record of a deferred adjudication is sealed. Defendants may also seek an expunction to remove a dismissed charge or not-guilty verdict from their criminal records.

If you have a criminal record that is hindering your ability to obtain employment, housing or professional licensing, a legal team with expunction experience can help.

If you have ever been arrested for a crime, that charge will likely show up on a background check. Even if you were released without charges being filed against you, it is likely that the charge can still be found on your criminal history. State law allows the expunction of some crimes within six months of arrest if you were released without charge.

Non-Disclosure

As one of the most experienced law firms in Texas, we are prepared to help with any expunction or petition of non-disclosure issues. Our lawyers regularly assist clients with these issues, allowing them to move on with their personal and professional lives. We are prepared to work directly with you to understand all details related to your charge. From there we will take the time to understand your goals and develop a strategy that ideally pursues a best-possible outcome.

We encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible — you owe it to yourself to protect your ability to pursue your dreams. We look forward to working with you.

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Austin expunction attorneys at Granger and Mueller PC, call 512-474-9999 or email the firm.