If you are one of the many military personnel or other professionals residing in San Antonio and have a past offense on your criminal record, obtaining an expungement or non-disclosure can help clear or seal your record. This can improve your chances of obtaining a better job, pursuing advancement opportunities or retaining security clearances that are essential to your work.
Don't Let Prior Mistakes Prevent You From Advancing In Your Career
For many people, an expungement or non-disclosure is like receiving a second chance. However, the process for receiving an expungement is complex and not all criminal offenses are eligible. The best way to determine if you qualify is to contact us at Hoelscher Gebbia Cepeda, PLLC, and speak with our attorneys.
Industries And Professions That May Benefit From Expungements Include
- Military personnel or those who wish to join the military
- Military contractors who require clearances and special certificates
- Individuals who work at airports
- Students or those looking to begin a career
- Other professionals who want to advance their careers without worrying about a past mistake on their record
Many of the people we help with expungements are those who have worked with us in the past and know that we are attentive, straightforward and committed to achieving the best results. Regardless of what your criminal record looks like, it's wise to explore all possible options for sealing or clearing your record. Instead of blindly paying for an expungement application, only to have it denied, contact us and determine the best course of action before moving forward.
Speak With A Lawyer Before Applying For An Expungement
Contact our San Antonio, Texas, law office today to speak with an attorney about a potential expungement or non-disclosure for your past offenses. You can reach us at 210-222-9132 or by filling out our online contact form
Whether you or a loved one faces charges in state or federal court, we will stand by your side and put our skill, experience and resources in your corner.
We Help Protect You From The Consequences Of A Simple Mistake
The consequences of a criminal conviction can have a major impact on your life for years to come: scrutiny from educational institutions, potential employers and even neighbors, and long-term repercussions on your ability to obtain a driver's license or seek a job in certain fields. If you anticipate criminal charges will be filed against you, are the subject of a criminal investigation or have been requested to conduct a voluntary interview with a law enforcement agency, reach out to our attorneys for legal advice immediately.
Schedule a consultation at our office by calling 210-222-9132 or by completing our online contact form. Our lawyers will explain your rights and options while stepping in to ensure you are treated with decency and respect.