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Expunction in Texas:
An arrest stays on a person’s record until he obtains an expunction. Once a petition is filed and the order of expunction granted, the court orders all official records of the arrest AND the prosecution to be destroyed. Bernard and Associates, offers this service to all its clients. Filing an expunction in Texas can give you your life back as employers and housing entities (whether you own or rent) can no longer use it against you.

To be eligible for an expunction in Texas, you must wait until the statue of limitations for the offense expires. Thus, you must wait two years to file once a misdemeanor is dismissed. You must wait three (or more) years to file for an expunction once a felony has been dismissed. Time passes fast! Keep abreast of it and contact us once you are ready to file your Expunction in Texas.