San Antonio Non-Disclosure Lawyer

Clearing Your Criminal Record

If you received Deferred Adjudication probation on a prior criminal case and successfully completed it, you may be eligible for a Non-Disclosure. Roberto Ambrosino, a criminal defense lawyer in San Antonio, may be able to help you.

Like an expunction, there is usually a waiting period, ranging from two to five years from the date your case was dismissed to obtain a non-disclosure. A non-disclosure seals your criminal record for a particular case, making it only visible by certain government agencies, and will not appear in most private criminal background checks.

Those Able to Still View Non-Disclosed Crimes

A criminal justice agency may disclose criminal history record information over a non-disclosure to the following agencies, including but not limited to:

  • The State Board for Educator Certification
  • Any school district
  • The Texas State Board of Medical Examiners
  • The State Bar of Texas
  • The Department of Family and Protective Services (CPS)
  • The Board of Nurse Examiners, a hospital, fire department
  • The Texas Health and Human Services Commission

Crimes That Are Not Eligible for Non-Disclosure

Unfortunately, some crimes are not able to be non-disclosed, even if you did receive deferred adjudication and completed it successfully. Under Section 411.08 of the Texas Government Code, a person is not eligible for a non-disclosure if the person has been previously convicted or placed on deferred adjudication for:

  • Indecency with a Child
  • Sexual Assault
  • Aggravated Sexual Assault
  • Prohibited Sexual Conduct
  • Aggravated Kidnapping
  • Burglary of a Habitation with intent to commit any of the above offenses
  • Compelling Prostitution
  • Sexual Performance by a Child
  • Child Pornography
  • Unlawful Restraint, Kidnapping, or Aggravated Kidnapping of a person younger than 17
  • Attempt, Conspiracy, or Solicitation to commit any of the above offenses
  • Capital Murder
  • Murder
  • Injury to a Child or Elderly
  • Abandoning or Endangering a Child
  • Violation of a Protective Order
  • Stalking; or
  • Family Violence offenses.

The Law Office of Roberto Ambrosino, PLLC handles non-disclosure cases for a fee. There is not a reason why you should wait to have your criminal record sealed if you think you might be eligible.

You can reach my offices at (210) 201-7622 or by using the contact form to determine your eligibility.

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