Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C. - San Antonio Personal Injury Attorney

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Local Calls 210.807.8158

Hablamos Español

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Texas Expungement Lawyer

Creating clear criminal records for people cleared of criminal charges in San Antonio and beyond.

Free initial consultation about expungement:

Call 888-447-9456 or contact us online

If your criminal charges are dismissed or a jury finds you not guilty, should you have a mark on your permanent record?

You shouldn’t. The Law Offices of Roland R. Esparza can help you expunge any record of your brush with the law.

What Type of Charges Can Be Expunged?

Were you accused of drug possession? Were you charged with domestic violence? Did you face allegations of assault, theft, DWI or any other criminal offense?

If your case was dismissed or you were found not guilty by a judge or jury, you may be able to have your record cleared through the expungement process.

Even if You Weren’t Convicted, There Is Still a Mark on Your Record

Most people believe that if they weren’t convicted, they don’t have anything to worry about. Unfortunately, there is a record of your arrest, even if you weren’t convicted.

That record can be seen by potential employers. In fact, it can be seen by anyone doing a criminal background check. Whether right or wrong, they can make judgments about you based on what they see. If they see that you were arrested for a drug charge, for domestic violence or for any other offense, it can taint their impression of you. It can impact your future.

Don’t Let an Arrest Record Impact Your Future

Our attorney can help determine if your case qualifies for expungement. If it does, we can help you clear your criminal record.

If your situation doesn’t qualify for expungement, we can look at other options, such as an order of non-disclosure. We will take great care to see that a brush with the law doesn’t change your ability to live your life.

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