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Criminal Record Expunction


Your arrest records, criminal case history, and online mugshots can hurt you in so many different ways. 

  • Jobs/Employment
  • Earning capacity
  • Approval for Housing
  • Personal Embarrassment 

Texas law may allow you to erase your criminal records completely, or at least prevent the public from being able to find them.  The Law Offices of J.R. Fletcher is here to help walk you through the process.  The Law Offices of J.R. Fletcher will analyze your situation and let you know what we can do for you and how much it will cost.  


We strive to remove the uncertainty and fear that an arrest record can cause. Background checks and online mugshots can be devastating to you and your future. Why lose if you do not have to?


We offer a free consultation and evaluation. We will evaluate your situation and give you an opinion on what we can do for you.  We will determine what we can do to stop government agencies, background check companies, and their shady online mugshot companies from maintaining and disclosing your arrest records and criminal case history.

The consultation and evaluation process is free.


If we determine that you qualify to erase or seal your record and you decide to hire our firm, the typical cost for an expunction or nondisclosure is:

$495 + court filing fee

Payment Plans are available.

If we determine that you qualify to have an arrest record expunged and the expunction order is not approved by the court, we will refund your money.


Yes, you may qualify to have DWI and other misdemeanor CONVICTIONS sealed from the public.  For years this was impossible, but the Texas Nondisclosure law changed in 2017 allowing some folks to now have their DWI and misdemeanor convictions sealed from the public.  See if you qualify under Texas Law.


If you were on deferred adjudication (non-conviction) probation and you successfully completed your probation, you may qualify to have your case sealed from the public.  See if you qualify under Texas Law.


You most likely qualify for an expunction if your arrest resulted in:

  • Class C Reduction/Deferred
  • Pre-Trial Diversion;
  • Dismissal of charges/case
  • Charges never filed
  • No-billed by a grand jury
  • Case declined by District Attorney
  • Acquitted (found non-guilty)
  • See if you qualify under Texas Law 


Expunction and Nondisclosure law in the State of Texas isn't exactly rocket science, but to erase and seal criminal records properly and effectively can be a technical and tedious process. There are many governmental agencies, private background check companies, and online mugshot companies that may have your arrest records.  Whomever you hire to erase and/or seal your arrest records should know and understand the latest policies and practices of Google and the other major internet search engines on how and what criminal history information will show up on an "google" search so that nothing slips through the cracks. 


We have been removing and sealing arrest records for years and have built up a wealth of knowledge on how to get an effective court order for the governmental agencies that have your arrest records, and also how to make it stick against the third party private background check companies and online mugshot companies. 

The Law Offices of J.R. Fletcher, PLLC, is a Texas based law firm with offices in Dallas and Houston. We serve clients in many Counties and Municipal Courts throughout the State of Texas.

Contact us for a free consultation TODAY!

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The Law Offices of J.R. Fletcher offers the option of video conference consultations.