How much does it cost to clean your criminal record in the state of Texas including arrest?

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4 Responses to How much does it cost to clean your criminal record in the state of Texas including arrest?

  1. fr_chuck says:

    There is no real way to "clean" your criminal records.

    You can hire an attorney and file a motion with a judge to expunge your convictions.

  2. detra_ooh! says:

    …silly a ‘record’ is PERMANENT. Change your behaviour. Unless your willing to accept the consequences of your actions. Be accountable for yourself. I look for that in a guy….Responsibility…You can be as crazy/wild as u want, just quite attracting the attention of POLICE!
    ..some of us girls like bad boys…smiles/giggles…

  3. feeln17 says:

    you can file to close the records with a attorney, if it’s a felony it will be difficult and costly.

  4. leebutler76011 says:

    There are attorneys that specialize in this, check first with the local attorney ref feral services, usually listed in the phone book.

    As to cost it really depends on the conviction and sentence and if you have since conviction shown an improvement in the eyes of the judicial system. This will be of a huge impact, Judges will examine your life and record since the last conviction, it takes normally five years before they will even look at an expungement.

    If you were arrested and no conviction to have the charge removed from your record will cost around 3 to 4 thousand per charge. This is not a cheap process and it is one that is fairly simple to achieve. The only problem is that it is something only an attorney can do for you.

    Hope this helps

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