Expunction and/or Order of Non-Disclosure
The mere fact that you have been arrested for committing a crime can greatly affect your life. Even if you were not convicted or the charges were dismissed. Simply having the arrest on your record may greatly affect your future. The arrest may hinder your ability obtain employment, continue with your education or obtain housing. Therefore, it important to know if you qualify for an expunction or an order of non disclosure.
An expunction is a court order for the destruction of the records from the arrest. An order for non disclosure is an order signed by the court preventing the release of information of an arrest or charge to the general public.
Contact Ira Miller to review the facts and circumstances of your past case so he can review it and inform you whether you may qualify for either an expunction or an order of non disclosure.
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- Alice, Texas (Jim Wells County)
- Beeville, Texas (Bee County)
- And surrounding counties
- Ira Z. Miller Attorney at Law
- 545 N. Upper Broadway, Ste. 114
- Corpus Christi, TX 78401
- Ph: 361-882-7788