Tarrant County Expunction Lawyer

By Jeff Kennedy

Tarrant County Expunction Lawyer

If you’ve got a few old criminal charges hanging around like dust bunnies and dirtying your criminal record, hire a Tarrant County expunction attorney to help you clean things up.

It’s no secret that your criminal history can seriously impact your life, especially if you have charges of a serious nature. Even if you weren’t convicted of the charges, people will make assumptions about you as a person when they see that you’ve been charged with certain crimes.

That’s why many people do everything they can to get those charges removed from their record. A Tarrant County expunction lawyer from our office can help you get your record either expunged or sealed, depending on the nature of your charges. Don’t let your past negatively impact your future.

Why Would I Want To Get My Records Expunged In Tarrant County?

Tarrant County criminal charges can affect you in a number of ways:

  • They can cause employers to move your job application to the “to be shredded” pile.
  • They can disqualify you for certain government programs, such as housing and educational services.
  • Your charges can also cause you a great deal of embarrassment.

It’s probably time to get those blemishes removed, and we’ve got just the tools to do it. They’re called expunction and nondisclosure orders.

Do I Need An Expunction Or Nondisclosure Order?

Expunction orders, also referred to as having your record expunged, are orders from a judge to have a charge removed from your criminal record. This removal is permanent and makes your record squeaky clean—so clean that even law enforcement and other government agencies shouldn’t be able to see the charge or charges.

Nondisclosure orders are also orders issued by a judge. For these, the judge is ordering your criminal record to be “sealed.” This simply means that it won’t be visible to the public; however, law enforcement and other government agencies will be able to view the record. Most employers will not be able to see the charge.

There are many qualifications you must meet for expunctions and nondisclosure orders in Tarrant County. A few of the eligibility requirements are listed below.

  • For your criminal record to be expunged in Tarrant County, you must have been arrested for a crime but then either acquitted of the crime, pardoned, or charged with a crime but never prosecuted.
  • To qualify for a nondisclosure order in Tarrant County, you must have satisfied the mandatory waiting period; you could qualify if you completed a deferred adjudication program; and your offense must qualify.

Be sure to discuss the particulars of your case with a Tarrant County record expunction attorney.

Reach Out to a Tarrant County Expunction Attorney

Everyone makes mistakes, and sometimes those mistakes can create a dark stain on your life that may seem impossible to get out. But it is possible to remove it under certain circumstances. Contact an expunction attorney who is ready to clean your record and preserve your future.

Call a Tarrant County expunction lawyer from the Law Offices of Jeff C. Kennedy today. We offer free consultations to discuss your case when you call us at 817-605-1010 or complete the online contact form at the bottom of this webpage.


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Jeff C. Kennedy was the light of hope at the end of very dark storm. He was not only able to defend my case swiftly, but had the alleged charges dismissed completely. His calm and empathetic demeanor offered emotional succor to myself and those I care about most. My children and I are eternally grateful for his excellent service and I hereby recommend Jeff C. Kennedy without reservation.


Jeff Kennedy truly cares. He and his staff kept me informed all the way throughout my case and provided me with all my options and the potential outcomes for my case. When the day finally arrived to resolve my case, Jeff was able to negotiate a reduction to a lesser charge. He was well prepared and coordinated everything perfectly. Jeff is not only a good lawyer, but a good man.


I hired Mr. Jeff Kennedy to handle a DWI charge. From day one, I knew I had picked the right attorney. Jeff always took the time to answer any of my questions, treated me very professionally, and truly cared about my case. I have never been in any kind of trouble before and I was very nervous about the thought of going to trial. Jeff thoroughly explained the entire process to me and made me feel at ease. Jeff took my case to trial and the jury found me NOT GUILTY!


Jeff Kennedy is a professional, intelligent, easy-to-talk-to lawyer with an excellent understanding of how the system works. Jeff was able to get my twice the legal limit BAC thrown out and he kept me from having an interlock device put on my car. This has been my only big mistake in life so far (hopefully the last) and I am glad he was there to walk me through it. You will not regret hiring him.

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