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The majority of people do not understand that if they were arrested but never formally charged or even if their case was dismissed or they were not found guilty, the records of the arrest and of the court case still exist. These are part of a person’s non-judicial and judicial criminal records. These records are public and will not simply disappear or go away with time. If this situation applies to you, you need an experienced and tough expungement lawyer.

It is always in an individual’s best interest to have a criminal arrest expunged from their record. An arrest on a person’s record can affect an individual’s ability to get a job, housing, an education, loans and grants, special licenses, promotions, and security clearances. Regardless of your situation, you should place your trust in the skills of the experienced Dallas Expungement Lawyers of the Law Office of Mark Lassiter.

If you qualify to have your record expunged or sealed, and the court grants your petition of expungement, worrying about one incident in which you were found not guilty will no longer follow you around; however, if you don’t try for an expungement, your record will follow you around. Because your record can affect such a broad range of important life cases, it is extremely important to have your record expunged as soon as possible.

Regardless of whether your case was dismissed or acquitted a year ago or six years ago, you can still have your recorded expunged. Contact Dallas expungement lawyer Mark T. Lassiter to start the process today.