If you have been convicted of a crime in Texas, it could follow you throughout your life in different ways. It could seriously harm your ability to obtain employment, it could prevent you from voting in some cases, and it could stop you from enjoying some of the same rights and privileges that most citizens take for granted.

Once exonerated of a criminal offense, you likely will be able to expunge, or clear, your criminal record. If the court agrees to delete your files, it will order state agencies to destroy all data, arrest files and documents of the prosecution.

The court also will order law enforcement agencies to destroy jail records, police reports, trial reports, and court files. After an expunction, you may legally deny that you were ever arrested for or charged with a criminal offense.

At the Law Offices of Leonard R. Morgan, I have been practicing since 1999, with experience defending people in Georgetown, the surrounding area, and throughout the entire state of Texas, including cases involving deferred adjudication, probation, expunction, and sealing of a criminal record.


Clear Your Criminal Record Attorney

There are several requirements for you to qualify to have your criminal records expunged or sealed.

Contact the experienced criminal defense attorney at the Law Office of Leonard R. Morgan today. I can review your case and explain your legal rights. It is important that you seek the help of an experienced expungement lawyer to receive the best possible outcome. Contact me today for your free consultation (512) 686-6562.