Expunction vs. Non-Disclosure in Texas

February 12, 2020

Were you accused of a crime but never convicted? You know that you were never found guilty in court, but not everyone else sees it that way. The crime you were accused of still shows up when you attempt to apply for a job, get a professional license, or get a credit check.

If you’re experiencing this type of legal limbo, then you’re likely wondering – what can you do to seal your record for good? Is there any way to clean up your criminal record and prevent the crime from appearing on background checks and more?

Depending on your situation, you may be eligible to seal your Texas criminal record through expunction or non-disclosure.

What are these two options, and who is eligible for them? Learn everything you need to know about expunction vs. non-disclosure in Texas below.

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