Texas Criminal Record Expunction Lawyer
If you have a criminal record for a state or federal conviction, you should be aware that this information is not confidential. Government agencies refer to your record to determine your eligibility for certain benefits, services, and job opportunities. Employers and credit agencies check it to determine whether you are fit for a job or a loan. Even if your conviction happened years ago and has nothing to do with the present circumstances, it may be limiting your ability to live the kind of life you want.
Is a criminal conviction preventing you from getting a home loan or a government job? Contact the Law Office of Kerrisa Chelkowski today for more information on expunging your criminal record.
At the Law Office of Kerrisa Chelkowski in San Antonio, Texas, I help people expunge past criminal convictions from their record. Not everyone qualifies for an expungement. Even so, you may qualify for a motion for nondisclosure, more commonly known as sealing your record. It is important to have a qualified criminal defense attorney review your record and assess whether or not you are likely to have your record cleared.
I have helped numerous people get a fresh start from a mistake that has haunted them for years. If you are concerned about an employer or another organization finding a conviction on your record, contact me. We will discuss the circumstances of your conviction and whether an expunction is likely in your case.
College Student's Records
Let's face it. Sometimes teenagers and young college students make bad decisions. Pleading guilty to a charge of underage drinking, drug possession, or driving under the influence will result in a criminal conviction that can destroy a young person's record for many years. Expunction will help your teenage son or daughter maintain a clear criminal record. A sealed record will prevent a future employer or credit agency from viewing the conviction and making a negative decision about their responsibility.
Minors cannot have their record expunged until they become legal adults at the age of 21, but it is critical to have the record cleared as soon as possible. A criminal conviction on a record may affect their ability to obtain a student loan, commercial credit, and limit their job opportunities.
Contact a San Antonio defense lawyer today.
If you qualify for an expungement, your criminal record will be erased. All records of arrest, photos, fingerprints, and the arrest report will be permanently removed and no longer available to the public.
Qualifying to have your record expunged or sealed from public view is complex. Contact me to schedule a consultation about how we can start reclaiming your past to protect your future.
Law Office of Kerrisa Chelkowski 1017 South Alamo Street
San Antonio, TX 78210 (210) 228-9393
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