Felony Expungement
Brian T. Powers, Attorney at Law


3011 Nacogdoches Road, Building 1, San Antonio, TX 78217

3011 Nacogdoches Road, Building 1
San Antonio, TX 78217

San Antonio Felony Expungement Lawyers

Texas Felony Expungement Attorney

Felony Expunction Attorneys Serving Bexar County and the Surrounding Areas

If you have ever been arrested or prosecuted for a felony offense, you have probably felt the effects ever since. Your arrest shows up on background checks run by potential employers, landlords, and others, often leading to a denial of your application. In some cases, you may not even get to the background check stage because when a prospective employer or loan officer asks if you have ever been arrested, you have to say yes.

Unfortunately, the situation will never get any better unless you can get the felony arrest or prosecution off of your record. That is where we can help. We are Clear My Record San Antonio, and we have helped many clients just like you get the fresh start you deserve, free from the burden of a past felony arrest.

Felony Expunctions and Expungements in San Antonio

No matter how serious the allegations against you may have been, if you were never formally convicted of a crime, you should not be forced to suffer the consequences forever. You may qualify to have your record expunged if:

  • You were arrested on suspicion of a felony, but never formally charged.
  • You were initially charged with a felony, but charges were dismissed for any reason.
  • You were acquitted at trial.
  • Your arrest record was caused by identity theft committed by another person.
  • You were convicted of a felony but your conviction was later overturned, or you were pardoned.

In most cases, if the felony charges against you resulted in a guilty conviction or deferred adjudication, you are not eligible to have that record expunged. You will also most likely be required to wait at least three years from the date of the last formal proceeding of your arrest or prosecution before the expunction process can begin.

Record Sealing for Felony Arrests

If your felony charges were resolved through deferred adjudication and you have successfully completed the program, you may be eligible to have your arrest record sealed with an Order of Nondisclosure. This type of order is similar to an expunction, but it does not remove the arrest or prosecution fully from your record. Instead, the Order of Nondisclosure will make the arrest record inaccessible to most private background checks. Certain law enforcement and government agencies will still have access to the record, but they are prohibited from disclosing that information to the public.

Start the Expunction Process Today

The first step toward expungement is knowing whether or not you qualify. To begin the process, simply fill out our online form and let us do the rest. We will determine your eligibility at no cost, prepare all of the necessary paperwork, and in most cases, finalize your expungement without you ever leaving home. At Clear My Record San Antonio, we make starting over easy. Call our office at 210-817-7001 for a free consultation. We serve the South Texas areas of Bexar County, Atascosa County, Wilson County, Karnes County, and Frio County.

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