Wipe Your Slate Clean With Expungement Or Nondisclosure
A criminal charge on your record can limit your opportunities. However, there may be some cases where you are eligible for expungement. If you wish to erase or hide your record through expungement or nondisclosure, Law Office of Sheri Bryce Dye can help. Attorney Sheri Bryce Dye brings over 20 years of experience to every case she handles. Plus, her previous experience as a district attorney in Bexar County can give her clients a unique advantage, as she thoroughly understands the motivations of the criminal justice system and the judges who preside over expungement and nondisclosure matters.
Sheri believes that you shouldn’t have to pay for a single mistake for your entire life and wants to help you pursue a fresh start.
How Expungement And Nondisclosure Cases Work In Texas
Here is a breakdown of each option for clearing your record and how they work:
Expungement refers to removing a criminal charge entirely from your criminal record. You can receive expungement for most criminal charges in the Lone Star State. However, your eligibility and how quickly you can remove your charge can depend on how serious it is. For example, murder, domestic violence, sex crimes and trafficking charges typically have a longer and more arduous waiting period than misdemeanor charges do.
To begin the expungement process, you must file a petition with a Texas criminal court and make a compelling case for why your criminal record should be expunged. Having an experienced criminal defense lawyer by your side can make a difference, and Sheri Bryce Dye is happy to help. Begin your expungement case today by calling 210-761-5241.
Nondisclosures don’t remove a criminal charge from your record. However, they can stop courts and other public entities from publicizing these records. You can request nondisclosure to conceal your criminal record only if you have a misdemeanor charge that resulted in paying fines, serving jail time, or another consequence.
To seek nondisclosure, you must petition the appropriate state criminal court and tell the judge why they should seal your criminal record. While you are not required to hire an attorney to do this, having one can increase your chances of achieving your desired goals.
How Law Office of Sheri Bryce Dye Can Help With These Cases
Attorney Sheri Bryce Dye takes a determined and compassionate approach to these cases. She can assist you by:
- Ensuring you thoroughly understand your charges and how likely you will be able to expunge them
- Preparing an emotional, strategic and tailored case to make in front of a criminal court judge
- Working with you to gather all the appropriate documents and filing them on time
- Offering updates and reassurance as you move through the process
Sheri understands how much a criminal charge can weigh on you and is committed to offering her legal support and guidance. To learn more about the criminal charges she helps people with, visit her criminal defense page.
Seek Experienced Expungement Legal Counsel Today
One mistake shouldn’t define you. If you qualify and can pursue expungement or nondisclosure, contact Law Office of Sheri Bryce Dye.