Our team specialized in the expunction of records for criminal charges. When expunged, those charged are entirely removed from your record, as if they never happened, so that you can get a truly fresh start.
We're also experienced in helping clients facing misdemeanor or felony charges, with over 2500 dismissals or not guilty verdicts for:
We're tenacious in advocating for our clients in court, offering honest legal guidance tailored to your unique situation. We talk with our clients in person, explaining the process, your options, and our advice based on 37 years of legal practice in the Houston area.
And when you're ready to move on from your past, work with us for the expunction of your records to eliminate the barriers you may face for schooling, work, housing, and more. We're committed advocates helping our clients move on from their past to the future they deserve.
Early Termination of Probation
Individuals charged with criminal offenses in Texas who select probation may qualify for early termination. Typically, you have to serve at least one-third of the duration of probation or two years and remain in good standing by:
Ultimately the decision to terminate probation is up to the judge, which is why it's critical to work with an experienced defense attorney to ensure you have the best representation when petitioning for early termination.