Clear Your Criminal Record

Many people erroneously believe that because their criminal case was dismissed, “no-billed” by a grand jury, or they were found not guilty at trial, there would be no public record of their arrest and the criminal proceedings.

If you have been arrested or charged with a criminal offense, public records exist related to the incident that are publicly accessible.

  • Landlords may deny you access to housing when applying for housing.
  • Employers could place your resume at the bottom of a stack of job applicants, or deny your promotion.
  • Licensing agencies could pull essential certifications you have that are necessary to your profession.
  • Countless other possibilities exist, such as denial of educational opportunities and/or scholarships.

Get Your Record Expunged

You do not need to endure this treatment. Christopher Simpkins will work to help you obtain an expunction. You will be able to legally deny ever being arrested or prosecuted for that offense. Agencies possessing records that are subject to the Court’s Order of Expunction must destroy the records or return to the records to the court, who will then provide them to your attorney for destruction. An expunction is an affordable way to put your past behind you so that you can focus on your future.

Texas law treats an expunction as though you were never arrested or charged. You can legally deny ever being arrested or prosecuted for that offense.

It takes a skilled and knowledgeable expunction attorney, like Christopher Simpkins, to ensure that the process is handled correctly and as quickly as possible. I will fight to successfully obtain an order from the district court expunging your arrest record. My knowledge and vast experience in successfully expunging my client’s criminal records pursuant to Chapter 55 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, and under Chapter 106 of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code. If you wish to discuss whether you qualify to obtain an expunction and have the records relating to your arrest your destroyed call me, San Antonio Attorney, Christopher Simpkins, at (210) 273-4874.

Orders of Non-Disclosure

Under Texas law, expunctions are not available if you received deferred adjudication for a Class B, Class A misdemeanor offense, or a felony offense of any degree. However, if you were placed on deferred adjudication for such an offense and you have completed the term and been discharged, you may qualify to have the records relating to your arrest and deferred adjudication sealed from public disclosure by petitioning and obtaining an Order of Non-Disclosure under section 411.081 of the Texas Government Code. As a dedicated criminal defense attorney, Christopher Simpkins has the knowledge, skill and experience you need in order to successfully obtain an Order of Non-Disclosure. I will help you put the incident in your past so that you can focus on your future.

Get the fresh start you deserve, call Christopher Simpkins.