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I would like to say thank you to Higbee & Associates for the job well done on my nondisclosure case. After being told I could no longer work for a company due to a conviction that was dismissed I was speechless. I explained to my employer that my conviction was dismissed and they told me since I had pleaded guilty on the conviction it did not matter. Needless to say I became jobless at a bad time with the recession Due to the bad economy the employers are now at an advantage of selecting the top notch candidates. In an effort to reduce the numbers they companies have upgraded their qualifications to become a candidate. This means if you have a dismissed conviction it will show up on your record and can affect you finding employment. Beth & Alli worked hard on my case and I was granted my nondisclosure. I will be honest that it is nerve wrecking dealing with someone over the internet that you do not know due to all of the scams out their. But this team did a great job and now I can move on with my professional life and not fear I will receive a letter releasing me from work due to my past! Kudos once again to Beth and Alli for representing me and saving me a drive 625 miles for court!
If you have a criminal record in McLennan County, you may be eligible to have your offense removed from your criminal record. McLennan County offers many forms of record clearing including criminal record expungement, setting aside of conviction, order of nondisclosure, and juvenile record clearing. Expunging an offense from your criminal record may open doors toward starting a new life by allowing you to pass most criminal background checks for employment and housing, while allowing you to legally tell anyone that you have not been convicted of a crime.
Finding highly qualified and efficient attorneys to guide you through the expungement process is vital to the success of your petition for expungement. At RecordGone.com, we will collect all of the necessary supporting documents for your case, such as:
Furthermore, we will conduct case research and even appear on your behalf in court.
We provide our services to all of McLennan County. RecordGone.com is devoted to the removal of criminal records and our experience in the field we have made our process very efficient. Due to this we have been able to pass the savings on to our customers and offer expungement at a comparatively low-price. Why continue to allow your criminal record to negatively impact your life? Contact us today for a free consultation, we will be happy to help you move on toward a brighter future.
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19th District Court
19th District Court, McLennan County Courthouse, 501 Washington Ave., Suite 303, Waco, Texas 76701
County Court at Law No. 2
McLennan County Courthouse, 501 Washington Ave., Room 210, Waco, Texas 76701, ,
54th District Court
McLennan County Courthouse, 501 Washington Ave., Suite 303, Waco, Texas 76701,
170th District Court
McLennan County Courthouse, 501 Washington Ave. Room #211, Waco, TX 76701
414th District Court
McLennan County Courthouse, 501 Washington Ave. Room#210, Waco, TX 76701
74th District Court
74th District Court, Bill Logue Juvenile Justice Center, 2601 Gholson Rd., Waco, Texas 76701, , ,
County Court at Law
501 Washington Ave, Rm 210, Waco, TX 76701-1328
McLennan - Precinct 1 Place 1
501 Washington Ave, Rm 104D, Waco, TX 76701-1300
McLennan - Precinct 1 Place 2
501 Washington Ave, Rm 108, Waco, TX 76701
McLennan - Precinct 2
410 Texas Ave, P O Box 112, Mart, TX 76664-0112
McLennan - Precinct 4
13341 China Spring Rd, China Spring, TX 76633
McLennan - Precinct 5
307 S Madison St, McGregor, TX 76657
McLennan - Precinct 7
929 Elm Ave, Waco, TX 76704
McLennan - Precinct 8
1800 Richter Ave, Ste A, Waco, TX 76711-1949
Bellmead Municipal Court
3015 Bellmead, Bellmead, TX 76705
Beverly Hills Municipal Court
3418 Memorial Dr, Beverly Hills, TX 76711-1514
Lorena Municipal Court
222 N Frontage Rd, Lorena, TX 76655
McGregor Municipal Court
302 S Madison, McGregor, TX 76657
Robinson Municipal Court
111 W Lyndale, Robinson, TX 76706-5619
Woodway Municipal Court
920 Estates Dr, Woodway, TX 76712
Bruceville-Eddy Municipal Court
143 Wilcox Dr, Ste A, Eddy, TX 76524
District Attorney: John W. Segrest
The Texas State Historical Association’s website states that McLennan County is located in east-central Texas, approximately 230 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico. The county seat is the city of Waco. Archeological evidence shows that human beings have occupied the area for at least 11,000 years. McLennan County officially became part of Texas in 1850 and was named after Neil McLennan, one of its early settlers.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population estimate for 2012 was about 238,707. Waco’s estimated population for the same year was 127,018. The population is made up of 58.2% Caucasian, 24.4% Hispanic or Latino, 15.1% African American, 1.6% Asian, and 1.1% American Indian. McLennan County has a per capita income of $17,846 and a median household income of $32,239 between 2008 and 2012. For the same time period it was determined that 30.1% of the population lived below the poverty line.
Abelino "Abel" Reyna serves as the District Attorney of McLennan County, Texas. Reyna was born in Waco, Texas and graduated with a Juris Doctor from Baylor University. He passed the State Bar in 1997 and is a member of the Waco-McLennan County Bar Association, McLennan County Defense Lawyers Association, McLennan County Young Lawyers Association, and the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer Association. Abel was elected to the office of Criminal District Attorney in 2011. During his time as District Attorney, Reyna proposed to change laws concerning post-conviction DNA testing. In addition, he sought to impose harsher fines and penalties for first-time DWI offenders.
Departments utilized by the DA's Office are the Hot Checks Department and the Victim Services Department. The Hot Check Department is a free service meant to investigate and prosecute cases of bounced checks. Victims of hot checks can make a complaint directly to the office. Individuals found using hot checks can face the charge of Theft. The victim Services Department is concerned with assisting victims. Their office is tasked with providing services including information and referrals, protective order, court information, and helpful web links. Protective orders are conducted through the DA's office and is meant to protect victims of domestic violence from the abuser.
219 N. 6th Street Suite 200 Waco, Texas 76701 Phone: (254)-757-5084 Fax: (254)-757-5021 Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Waco is the county seat in McLennan County and is the center of economic activity in the area. The top five industries in Waco are aerospace and aviation, agriculture, manufacturing, transportation and logistics, and energy. Around 50,000 people work in the aerospace and aviation industry in McLennan County and the top employers for the industry include Space X and L-3 Integrated Systems. Those with criminal records seeking employment in any of the industries mentioned should be aware that expungement could greatly increase the chance at success.
Even though having your record expunged, sealed, or set aside can greatly increase your ability to find a job, other factors can benefit your job search as well. We have prepared a short video, getting employed with a criminal record, that provides such tips and advice.
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