The Texas non-disclosure statue was recently amended to clarify the process and qualifications for obtaining a non-disclosure. While a non-disclosure will not hide your record from many state and federal government entities, it will be sealed from public view, and this is a huge benefit.

You may also be able to deny the existence of the case, depending on the language the judge uses in his or her order. Getting the right language in the order is why you need a Dallas non-disclosure lawyer on your case.

Many types of cases qualify for a non-disclosure, so there is no good reason for you to have to keep explaining the same old cases to potential employers and landlords. Call Attorney Cory Carlyle today for a free consultation: 469-301-1836.

Author: txcriminalappeals

Appellate lawyer in Rockwall and Dallas Counties focusing on criminal cases and now accepting civil appeals.

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