Fort Worth expunction attorney Jayson Nag has handled dozens of expunctions in Fort Worth. If you need your criminal records in Texas erased, call Jayson at 817-900-2823.
What is an Expunction?
Expunction – A Petition to Expunge effectively “erases” your record with regard to the underlying offense. So for example, let’s say that you were charged with Possession of Marijuana under Two Ounces. This is a Class B Misdemeanor in Texas. If you chose to take this case to trial and a jury found you “Not Guilty” you could petition the court for an expunction which would erase EVERYTHING that occurred during this case. Most outright dismissals are also eligible for Expunctions. Keep in mind, this goes all the way back to your original arrest. It is important though that you hire Jayson Nag to file the paperwork for an expunction. It is a complicated legal issue and should not be done without an attorney.
Why do I need an Expunction if my case was Dismissed?
What most people don’t know is that even if your case was dismissed or even if your were placed on Deferred Adjudication, you still must file for an Expunction to have your criminal record erased. Even if your case is dismissed, the charge and your arrest WILL STILL REMAIN ON YOUR RECORD! We cannot emphasize this enough. When you go to apply for a job or to college, your arrest and charge will still on your background check. The only way to erase your criminal background is to hire Fort Worth expunction attorney Jayson Nag to expunge your records.