Expunctions Uncompromising Integrity Paired with Unmatched Results

Expunction Attorneys in San Antonio

How to Clear Your Criminal Record in Texas

Being convicted of a crime can mean more than just paying a fine or going to jail. Having a criminal record can also affect your life, your relationships, and your family far into the future.

With an arrest or conviction on your record, it may be difficult to:

  • Get into a school
  • Get a job
  • Close a deal on a new house
  • Rent a home

If you have been arrested or convicted of a crime, it may be possible to clear your criminal record so that you can move forward in life without your criminal record bringing you down. An expunction removes the arrest or conviction from your permanent record, granting you the freedom to enjoy life without your record following you around.

At LaHood Norton Law Group, we help clients seek expunctions in San Antonio and beyond. Our attorneys understand the requirements and the potential challenges you may face and can build a strong case on your behalf.

Call us at (210) 801-9400 or contact us online to request a free initial consultation and see if you may be eligible for expunction.

How to Obtain an Expunction

Before you plead guilty or navigate your case without a criminal defense attorney, it is important to understand your options. The way that your case is handled can determine whether you will be able to obtain an expunction later.

According to the Texas bar, your first step in gaining an expunction in Texas is filing a Petition for Expunction requesting an Order for Expunction. Applying for the expunction is very detailed and must include the following information from the petitioner:

  • personal & identifying information
  • offense charged
  • date of arrest
  • date of alleged offense
  • name of arresting agency
  • list of agencies / facilities with record of arrest
  • case number (if applicable)
  • name of court (if applicable)
  • how & date the charged was resolved (if applicable)

This information must be filed with the correct court. The level of offense will determine whether your petition needs to be filed with municipal, county, or district court. After filing the petition, the court will schedule a hearing and send notice to all applicable parties.

Texas Expunction Eligibility

You may be eligible for an expunction if:

  • You were arrested but never charged with a crime
  • Your criminal charges were dismissed
  • You were found not guilty at trial
  • Misdemeanor juvenile offenses
  • Minor alcohol offenses
  • The crime was a class C offense that was dismissed after you successfully completed successful deferred adjudication community supervision
  • You were convicted of a crime that was acquitted by the trial court of the Criminal Court of Appeals
  • You were convicted of a crime that was pardoned by the Governor of Texas or the President of the United States

Get Help Filing for Expunction from Our Team

The best way to seek an expunction is with the help of a qualified attorney. At LaHood Norton Law Group, our San Antonio expunction attorneys deliver client-focused and results-driven representation, fighting tirelessly to help our clients achieve their goals. A brighter and more promising future can be yours with an expunction – and our team is here to help.

Call (210) 801-9400 now to get started.

Proof of Our Care for Clients

Client Testimonials
  • Tough Attorneys

    “Loyal and tough attorneys will fight for you.”

  • Passion without process will destroy you. Timing is everything.

    “When I started with this office, my standards and expectations were high, and circumstances were serious. I had interviewed at least 10 local prominent criminal defense law firms, and ultimately ...”

    - Thankful Client
  • Helped Me Beyond My Expectation

    “I’m forever thankful for the LaHood Norton Staff in fully taking care of me with such professional and GENUINE care.”

    - Trevor
  • Best Lawyer in San Antonio Area

    “He is a true professional and will treat you with the utmost respect and will not mislead you.”

    - Keith
  • Smart & Experienced

    “Smart, experienced and will always look out for your best interest!”

    - Eliot G.
/

Proof of Our Results

Recent Case Results
  • Case Dismissed Drug Possession Charge
  • Case Dismissed Assault Bodily Injury - Married
  • Case Dismissed Criminal Trespassing - Private Property
  • Case Dismissed DWI
  • Reduced to Obstruction of Highway DWI
  • Case Dismissed Failure to Stop & Provide Information to Law Enforcement
  • Case Dismissed Drug Possession Charge
/

A Different Type of Law Firm

Why Choose LaHood Norton Law Group
  • Here When You Need Us

    Our team will be available to you after hours and on the weekends, whenever you need us.

  • Former District Attorney On Your Side

    Founding attorney, Nico LaHood, is the former Bexar County District Attorney. He has experience on the other side of the aisle that will be invaluable to your case.

  • Over 70 Years of Combined Experience

    Our accomplished attorneys have over seven decades of combined experience in the criminal justice system.

  • Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

    Two of our attorneys are Board Certified in Criminal Defense, making them specialists in their field.

Proof of Our Excellence

Firm Accolades
  • National Trial Lawyers
  • Texas State Bar
  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars
  • Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Your Case Can't Wait

Contact Us Today -  (210) 801-9400
  • Please enter your first name.
  • Please enter your last name.
  • Please enter your phone number.
    This isn't a valid phone number.
  • Please enter your email address.
    This isn't a valid email address.
  • Please make a selection.
  • Please enter a message.