With the tough economic times, large quantities of people are being forced to seek new employment. Frequently, this entails new employers running background checks to inquire about the potential employee’s criminal history. Federal law permits employers to conduct this search. Fortunately, some people are eligible to have their criminal records sealed or expunged depending on the outcome of the case. If your record is sealed that means that potential employers outside of the government realm will not be able to see that you had a criminal charge against you. In Texas, an expunction completely erases the criminal charge and you can legally under oath say that you were never arrested for an offense. To find out if you are eligible for an expunction or an order of non-disclosure visit our website or join us Facebook and submit a free case consultation form.
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