Non-disclosure applies to cases where a defendant requests that his or
her deferred adjudication community supervision records be made private.
Essentially, a non-disclosure ruling has the ability to make a crime confidential,
so that it is not locatable on an individual's record. Expunctions
can also take the record of an arrest off of an individual's record.
These two tactics can be extremely valuable, specifically if you intend
to look for a job. If you want more information about non-disclosure,
then you need to talk to a skilled Texas drug defense attorney at the
Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC.
Orders of nondisclosure are only given to individuals who successfully
complete deferred adjudication and community supervision. If the order
is granted, the criminal justice agencies will not be allowed to disclose
the public criminal history record information related to the offense
that has been committed. The criminal record information will also be
excepted from required disclosure under the Public Information Act.
Our firm has a 100% success rate when working on non-disclosures and expunctions.
Our attorneys are convincing and aggressive, which is why they are capable
of motivating courts to remove records that are harming to the defendant's
reputation from their record. Not all crimes are eligible for non-disclosure.
If you suspect that you have committed a crime that may be erasable by
non-disclosure after your trial and deferred adjudication, hire the Zendeh
Del Law Firm to represent you today.
It is important that you only argue for this legal action with the help
of a hardworking and reliable
Texas drug defense attorney. Hire our successful firm if you want to work towards a positive solution
in your non-disclosure case. With a 100% success rate, you can bet that
we will do everything within our power to get you the non-disclosure that