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Second Chance Laws in Texas

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If you’ve been convicted of a DWI or other minor, nonviolent offense, you may be able to hide the conviction from the public eye. Under House Bill 3016, certain criminal offenders are able to petition for an order of nondisclosure. If the petition is granted, the offender’s DWI or other offense will be completely sealed from the public, thereby giving you your freedom and peace of mind back.

If you have a criminal record available to the public, it can be incredibly difficult to apply for housing, get a loan, get a job, and more. Contact The Law Office of Paul Previte today to speak with an experienced expungement attorney in Fort Worth about getting an order of nondisclosure. Let us help you get the second chance in life that you need and deserve.

You can either contact us online or call us today at (817) 339-6693 to schedule a consultation with our expungement attorney in Fort Worth.

About Second Chance Laws in Texas

There are certain restrictions and criteria regarding orders of nondisclosure and you want an attorney who is intimately familiar with all of them. For example, you can only petition for an order or nondisclosure for a DWI after the second anniversary of your sentence’s completion has passed. Also, certain criminal offenses cannot be sealed due to their nature or severity, such as murder, kidnapping, and sexual assault. At The Law Office of Paul Previte, we have a comprehensive understanding of all the related laws, proceedings, and paperwork. Our expungement attorney in Fort Worth can help you seal your records in a timely and professional manner, allowing you to return to your normal, happy life.

You cannot get a second chance/order of nondisclosure for a DWI if:

  • The DWI occurred within the last two years (five years if there was no requirement for an interlock device)
  • The DWI involved an accident with another person
  • The DWI had a finding that showed the BAC was greater than 0.15
  • The DWI was a second or third offense

To learn more about orders of nondisclosure and how we can help you get one, call us today at (817) 339-6693 and schedule a consultation with our expungement attorney in Fort Worth.

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