Clearing Your Criminal Record in Dallas
Our Experienced Attorneys Can Help Defend You
When people are charged with or convicted of criminal activity, their records are permanently marred by the process. Even when a person has served their time and fulfilled their penalty, they continue to be punished by their limited housing and employment options. When applying to apartments or jobs, they are often forced to disclose their criminal history and face refusal—despite the fact that their actions are resolved in the eyes of the law.
The philosophy at the firm of Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP is that alleged or convicted criminals are primarily people, with valid needs and hopes. Our aim is to help those with a criminal record clear their name so they can move on with their lives without experiencing unjust discrimination. Our Dallas criminal defense lawyers offer our services to those with criminal records in the hopes that we can help them better their lives with the law.
Primarily, there are two ways to clear your criminal record:
- Dismissal of your case
- Winning your criminal trial
A third option would allow you to hide your criminal record from public view, but it would not expunge it entirely. This option is known as an order of non-disclosure. In any case, speak with our attorneys in a free, no-obligation case consultation. We can honestly and clearly lay out your options, letting you know if you will have success clearing your criminal record. Whatever situation you find yourself in, Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP is here to help.
Preserving the Future of College-Aged Youths
For those with a criminal record under the age of 21, they have the option of sealing their records. Young people make mistakes, whether that means being charged with underage drinking or misdemeanor drug possession. If it is possible for you, our firm can help you protect your son or daughter’s reputation and future through record sealing, preserving their ability to live and work without hindrance and discrimination.
As compassionate criminal defense lawyers, we understand that people make mistakes. While the criminal justice system creates a way for people to pay for their choices, those who were arrested wrongly or rightfully served out their sentence should not continue their punishment after their case is resolved.
Schedule a free consultation with a Dallas criminal defense attorney today—call (214) 301-5007 or reach out to us online.