Petitions For Nondisclosure

If you have been convicted of a crime, it has been entered onto your record . In order to protect yourself from the negative impact of your criminal record, you can have an experienced criminal defense lawyer  Michael Lamson file a petition for nondisclosure on your behalf. Petitions for nondisclosure is also known as sealing of criminal records. Michael Lamson has the expertise and experience you need on your side when you are seeking an order of nondisclosure. However, there are some offenses for which petitions for nondisclosure are not granted, they are;

  • Indecency with a child
  • Sexual assault
  • Aggravated sexual assault
  • Prohibited sexual conduct (incest)
  • Aggravated kidnapping
  • Burglary of a habitation with intent to commit any of the above offenses
  • Compelling prostitution
  • Sexual performance by a child
  • Possession or promotion of child pornography
  • Unlawful restraint, kidnapping, or aggravated kidnapping of a person younger than 17 years of age
  • Attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit any of the above offenses
  • Capital murder
  • Murder
  • Injury to a child, elderly individual, or disabled individual
  • Abandoning or endangering a child
  • Violation of protective order or magistrate’s order
  • Stalking
  • Any other offense involving family violence

A petition for non-disclosure order prohibits criminal justice agencies from disclosing criminal record information to the general public. The non-disclousure does not mean that the criminal record is deleted, only that the data is not shared publicly. Call and make an appointment with Michael Lamson, P.C. to have a private and informative discussion about filing a petition for nondisclosure in the state of Texas. Michael Lamson has the legal expertise and experience to provide expedient legal defense and services and will fight aggressively for your rights.