If your case was dismissed or resulted in a successful completion of deferred adjudication, it may be possible to seal or expunge the records pertaining to that incident. Take our free online test to see if you are eligible. Find out how you can expunge your criminal record by taking our FREE Eligibility Test / Case Evaluation
Unfortunately, Texas does not allow for expungement of actual convictions (no matter how long ago they occurred) unless you receive a pardon. We do not handle pardons, but we do offer a Background Check Removal (BCR) service if you have a conviction in Texas. BCR cannot remove your criminal records at the court or other government agencies, but it can remove it from 30 popular online background checks.
People choose RecordGone.com for expungements more than anyone else because only RecordGone.com has solutions that proactively clear your record with the places that matters most, the background check companies. Other law firms only clear court records, which means your record can continue to be reported by background check companies for up to a year.
Expungement proceedings often get complicated and can require multiple court hearings, arguing your case against the district attorney or explaining things to a judge. Our flat fee includes all costs. We will conduct the research, file the necessary motions, respond to written or oral opposition from the district attorney, and send one of our attorneys to court to argue the case in front of the judge.
Our lawyers have successfully cleared over 22,000 records. Put our experience to work for you and save time and money by hiring us to get the job done fast and right the first time.
If success is crucial and getting it done fast is a priority, we are the right choice for you.
|Criminal Record Expungement||$995.00*|
|Texas Order of Non-Disclosure||$995.00*|
* This price does not include filing fees and court costs. Filing fees will be due prior to filing and Attorney will notify Client of amount when the court determines it. Additionally, there is a $50 processing fee. In some instances a report from the Department of Public Safety may need to be obtained. This may require you to be fingerprinted and you may need to pay an additional approximate amount of $15.