Texas Record-Sealing Lawyer
If you have a criminal charge on your record, filing for a non-disclosure order through the courts can seal your record from public view. Non-disclosure is an excellent option for people whose police records have become a hindrance to job opportunities or educational programs. Your record won't be sealed from government agencies that have a 'need to know' about your past, but private employers and the general public will not have access.
To obtain a non-disclosure order, the judge must be convinced that you have stayed out of trouble and that you are not likely to repeat a criminal offense. You can also show that there was a good reason the charges were dismissed. That is where an experienced criminal defense attorney is your best asset.
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The Law Offices of Jed Silverman is ready to work hard to advocate on your behalf for non-disclosure or expunction of your criminal record. Attorney Jed Silverman earned recognition in Texas Super Lawyers® in 2006, 2007 and 2008 and has earned respect among judges for his integrity, commitment and dedication to truly helping clients get the best possible legal outcome.
Did You Complete a Pretrial Diversion Program?
Pretrial diversion programs are set up to help first-time offenders keep a conviction off of their records. Jed Silverman works with the prosecutor to do everything possible to work with the prosecutor to find the right program for our clients. If you successfully completed a diversion program and have stayed out of legal trouble, you may be a good candidate to have your record sealed from the general public. Talk to us about a nondisclosure order today.
Houston non-disclosure lawyer Jed Silverman represents clients in courts throughout Texas. Right now, you need an experienced lawyer to protect your rights and your future. Start by calling us at (713) 226-8800 or contact us by e-mail right away.Click Here For A Free Case Evaluation