Whether you have been arrested, accused, or even charged with a crime, you have the opportunity to remove this citation from your record. “Expungement” refers to destroying or sealing a criminal conviction from one’s record. Criminal records are public knowledge, and any sort of criminal history may hinder future personal and professional opportunities. Certain situations make it possible for the removal of a criminal charge, including if you were found not guilty or the charges were dismissed. Expungement is the only way to have such charges fully erased from your criminal record. If you have been charged with a crime that qualifies for expunction, you will need an experienced attorney to help clear your name. We the skills and knowledge necessary to work for your expungement.

Similar to expungement, non-disclosure seals your criminal record for all public purposes. However, the government will still have access to these records and your history will remain intact. To petition for non-disclosure, you must have completed a deferred adjudication probation. A deferred adjudication process refers to a set of tasks a court may assign you to complete prior to sentencing. If you follow all proper procedures during probation, you may have the opportunity to non-disclosure. Such tasks may include alcohol awareness class or community service.

When considering an expungement or non-disclosure petition, it is very important that your attorney understands your case and has experience in such positions. Our attorney provides excellent criminal defense, offering extensive knowledge in criminal law. If you would like to learn more about your chances for expunction or non-disclosure, contact our office today at (201) 242-9666 to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help.