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Violations of Orders of Non Disclosure

An order of non disclosure forces anyone with access to a criminal record for an individual not to disclose what is in that record. It is a legal process a person can go through to ensure that he or she will be able to find housing or keep a job. These are serious orders that a court will issue and, as such, are not to be ignored.

Unfortunately, some individuals think that it is ok to disclose a criminal record even if there has been an order of non disclosure issued. This is a serious offense that circumvents an individual’s efforts to get his or her life back on track.

When a person does disclose a record that has been subject to an order of non disclosure, that person has violated a judge’s direct order. These people are subject to civil sanctions carried out by the Attorney General’s Office. The first time a person discloses a criminal record that he or she is not supposed to, the Attorney General’s office will issue a warning. Any subsequent violations of an order of non disclosure will generate a civil penalty. The civil penalty with frequently involve a hefty fine.

Contact a Dallas Expungement Lawyer

If you have had an order of non disclosure issued in your favor and had that order violated by some individual, there may be legal options available. If you would like to have an order of non disclosure issued, contact the Dallas expungement lawyers of the Law Office of Mark T. Lassiter at 214-651-1121.

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