Expungement Lawyer in San Antonio

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A San Antonio Expungement Lawyer You Can Rely On

A criminal history can haunt you throughout your life, affecting everything from the jobs you can get to the places you can live. If your criminal record is making your life harder, talk to expungement lawyer John G. Perez Jr. about whether or not you can get your criminal record expunged.

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When Might Criminal Offenses Be Expunged in Texas?

You Were Acquitted or Pardoned

You Did Not Face a Criminal Conviction

The Statute of Limitations Has Expired

You Were the Victim of Identity Theft

You Were Convicted of Certain Misdemeanors

You Were Acquitted or Pardoned

You Did Not Face a Criminal Conviction

The Statute of Limitations Has Expired

You Were the Victim of Identity Theft

You Were Convicted of Certain Misdemeanors

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Your Experienced San Antonio Expungement Attorney: John G. Perez Jr.

If you have an arrest record, you can face a variety of hurdles in life. Criminal record expungement might be the key to turning your life around. Here at The Law Office of John G. Perez Jr., we’re proud to help those with criminal offense records move forward after a guilty conviction, and we can help you determine your options for expungement of record sealing. If a criminal record is stifling your opportunities, you need an attorney familiar with the expungement process to help you get your records expunged. Lawyer John G. Perez Jr. has the experience you can rely on to guide you through the legal process of clearing your record.

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What’s the Process for Getting My Record Expunged in Texas?

To clear your record, you should start by consulting with an attorney. Making a mistake now can jeopardize your ability to expunge your record, and an attorney can guide you through the process. You will file a petition for expunction with the court that has jurisdiction over your case. A hearing will be held in which the court makes a ruling. Before you can expunge your record, you will need to go through a waiting period that varies depending on your criminal charges, with a class C misdemeanor having a shorter wait time compared to homicide, for example.

If your criminal record is making your life harder, talk to a San Antonio expungement lawyer about whether or not expungement is possible for you.

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