We Work To Clear Criminal Records

Having a criminal record can close off many opportunities, including essential ones such as employment. You may have trouble moving on from a conviction if your record keeps affecting everything you do. The good news is that some offenses can be expunged.

What Is Expungement?

Expungement is a legal process that erases your record from public eyes. It may still be accessed by government agencies but it becomes invisible to other entities, such as employers or landlords. You also do not need to disclose it if questioned about it. For example, when applying for a job, you could legally answer "no" when asked if you have previously been convicted of a crime.

How We Can Help You

Expungement is not always a straightforward process. Texas can be strict about which offenses can and cannot be expunged. Even if your paperwork is approved, you will need to attend a court hearing. It is always wise to have an attorney at your side during court proceedings, but we can also examine your case first and determine whether you are eligible for expungement at all.

You deserve a chance to build your future and leave the past behind you. The Carrillo Law Office proudly serves the Kingsville area with criminal defense and post-conviction matters. With over 30 years of experience and a deep understanding of the law, attorney Ricardo Carrillo is equipped to meet your needs.

Talk To A Lawyer About Your Case

A criminal conviction is not the end of the road. Let us help you fight for the life you deserve. Contact us online or call 361-221-4082 for a free consultation. We serve clients in Kleberg County, Brooks County, Jim Wells County and Duval County.