Dallas Dismissed Case Expungement – FAQ

What is an acquittal?

An acquittal is a jury verdict. When a jury acquits an accused individual, the jury is said to have found the accused or defendant not guilty. It is not necessarily an indication of a person’s guilt or innocence but rather the lack of a case against the accused.

If a person is acquitted in a court room, he or she, in many cases, can have the record of his or her arrest and trial expunged from the criminal record.

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