Texas Misdemeanor Expungement Attorneys

If you were charged with a Class C Misdemeanor in Texas and were placed on deferred adjudication or plead guilty to an alcohol crime, you may be eligible for expungement. Through expungement, you can have the records of your arrest and prosecution destroyed. Expunction allows you to proceed with your life as if you were never arrested or charged.

At Phil Meyer, PLLC, we are skilled in handling misdemeanor expungement cases and all other types of expungement cases. Expungement is a major focus of our firm, and our attorneys are dedicated to clearing the names of their clients. We have experience working with all types of Class C misdemeanors as both expungement attorneys and criminal defense lawyers.

Common Class C Misdemeanors Eligible for Expunction

In Texas, expungement is typically only available to those who have not been found guilty or plead guilty or no contest to a crime. Class C misdemeanors are the exception to this rule. Some common Class C misdemeanors include:

  • Simple Assault
  • Theft under $50
  • Public Intoxication
  • Disorderly Conduct

Class C misdemeanor alcohol crimes like minor in possession or public intoxication can be expunged even if you plead guilty. If you are under 21, however, you must wait until you are 21 to file for expunction. Many minor drug offenses are also eligible for expungement. In fact, drug offenses are often easier to expunge than other charges. The best way to determine if your misdemeanor can be expunged is to consult with a knowledgeable attorney. At Phil Meyer, PLLC, we are experienced in working with alcohol and drug crime expungements. We can examine your record at a free consultation to determine if it can be cleared.

Requirements for Class C Misdemeanor Expungement

There are two requirements that are necessary to successfully expunge a Class C misdemeanor. They are:

  • You must have completed your deferred adjudication.
  • You must not have felony conviction in the past five (5) years prior to your arrest.

At Phil Meyer, PLLC, our attorneys will explain the expungement process to you and walk you though each step. If you have a Class C misdemeanor on you record, contact us to discuss expungement. It can be possible to move forward with your life without having to constantly looking back at an unfortunate indiscretion.