How Can I Get A Family Violence Case Erased From My Record?
The quick answer is you can’t. Once you have a domestic violence conviction on your record, that record will remain in place for the remainder of your life unless you get a pardon from the Governor of Texas. In the last 3 years, Governor Greg Abbott has given out something like 7 pardons. They are extremely rare. If you have a conviction on your record for domestic violence, chances are you will never be able to get that expunged from your record (unless the law changes significantly), you will never be able to get that sealed from your record and that record is going to follow you around for the rest of your life. That is why, before you ever consider taking a plea deal and accepting a conviction on your record for domestic violence, you should consult with an experienced attorney.
For more information on Getting A Domestic Violence Conviction Expunged, a free initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (512) 478-9898 today.
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