Your Life May Feel Over, but Expunctions and Nondisclosures Are Possible

If you have faced a criminal case, felony or other charges, in Texas, the experience may have felt punishment enough. You have completed the punishment that the court deemed appropriate; yet having that arrest on your record can mean that you are constantly having to explain your conviction. A criminal record can also limit your housing, education, and employment opportunities. You deserve a fresh start.

A Fresh Start May Be Possible

At the Law Office of Kristin R. Brown, PLLC, we focus exclusively on criminal law. A big part of that is what comes after: minimizing the effect of the case resolution on the rest of your life. In certain cases, you may be eligible for one of several ways to expunge (remove) or seal your conviction.

An expunction, sometimes called expungement, means that a court has ordered that all records of your arrest — and the case or cases stemming from it — be destroyed. A nondisclosure means that your record is sealed so the public cannot see your conviction or plea. In either case, you may be able to proceed with your life without the cloud of a plea or criminal conviction hanging over your head.

Kristin R. Brown is an experienced criminal defense lawyer. She handles not only the initial defense of criminal cases at trial, but also appeals and writs of habeas corpus. This experience has led to a thorough understanding of state law, allowing her to be uniquely prepared when it comes to expunctions and nondisclosures.

Get Help from an Experienced Lawyer Today

You may not have to suffer the effects of an arrest, a plea, or a conviction for which you have paid the price. We can help you seek a clean record. Call the Dallas office of the Law Office of Kristin R. Brown, PLLC, at 214-446-3909, or send us a message through our online form, and see what our attorneys can do for you.