EXPUNGEMENT IN COLLIN COUNTY TEXAS

WHERE TO FILE EXPUNCTION: COUNTY COURT OF DISTRICT COURT?

In Collin County, a person who has been placed under a custodial or noncustodial arrest for commission of either a felony or a misdemeanor may be entitled to have all record and files relating to the arrest expunged. According to the Collin County DA, the Petition for Expunction must be filed in the District Clerk’s Office. The District Clerk’s Office is located on the first floor of the district courthouse at 2100 Bloomdale Road, McKinney, Texas 75071....Read more

HOW TO GET AN ORDER OF NON DISCLOSURE IN TEXAS

It is an ongoing mistaken belief in Texas criminal law that upon successful completion of deferred adjudication, the criminal records of the "dismissed" criminal offense simply get sealed in Texas. Unfortunately, that is not true. There is actually a legal remedy provided by the law to "seal" offenses that have been "dismissed" after a deferred adjudication— it is all an order of non-disclosure, it is similar to expungement in Texas. You can take our online eligibility test too see if you are eligible for an order of non-disclosure. ...Read more