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Principal office located in Friendswood, Texas.
Available to service League City, Webster, Pearland, Galveston, and the surrounding areas within Texas.

 

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Non-Disclosure lawyer helping individual’s clear criminal charges off their record in the Galveston, League City, Friendswood, Clear Lake, and Webster, TX areas. Call our Attorney at 713-829-4317. If you have been arrested and your case has been successfully discharged and dismissed through a deferred adjudication you may be eligible for a non-disclosure.  Even though you have successfully been discharged by deferred adjudication, the arrest charge may still be on your record.  A non-disclosure is a petition that can be submitted to the court to request that the criminal charge on your record not be disclosed to the public. However, the while the arrest will not be disclosed information about the arrest will not be destroyed as with an expunction or expungement. Having a criminal arrest charge on your record can impact your personal and professional life. An arrest and court case can impact your ability to get a job, obtain and loan, an apartment, as well as other areas of your life. Below please find an overview to see if you qualify. Information is only for informational and educational basis and it is best to speak with an attorney about your particular situation.

Determining Eligibility of a Non-Disclosure

(1) Petitioner must have received

  •   successful discharge & dismissal of deferred adjudication; Art. 42.12, §5(c)
  •  and the court where petition is filed is the court that granted deferred.

(2) Petitioner complied with waiting period from the date of discharge/dismissal

  • 5 years for Felonies
  • 2 years for misdemeanors under Penal Code Ch. 20, 21, 22, 25, 42, or 46*

*Includes unlawful restraint, sex offenses, family offenses, assault and disorderly conduct, weapons offenses

  •  Immediately eligible for all other misdemeanors

(3) Nondisclosure is in the best interest of Justice.

Petitioner is INELIGIBLE, if ever convicted or placed on deferred for:    

  • Indecency with a child
  • Aggravated sexual assault
  • Aggravated kidnapping with intent to abuse victim sexually PC 20.04 (a)(4)
  • Sexual assault
  • Incest (Prohibited Sexual Conduct)
  • Burglary of a habitation with intent to commit any of the previous offenses
  • Compelling prostitution PC 43.05
  • Sexual performance- child
  • Possess/promote child porn
  • Indecent exposure (2nd conviction)
  • Unlawful restraint, kidnapping, or aggravated kidnapping a person younger than 17
  • Continuous sexual abuse of young children
  • Online solicitation of a minor** PC 21.02 PC 33.021
  • Attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit any of the previous offenses
  • Capital murder or Murder PC 19.02&3
  • Injury to a child, elderly PC 22.04
  • Abandon/Endanger child PC 22.041
  • Violation Protective Order PC 25.07
  • Stalking PC 42.072
  • Any offense involving family violence  Family Code § 71.004

*Any of the Above listed current or past deferred for these offenses renders Petitioner ineligible for a non-disclosure.

 Even if eligible, Petitioner becomes DISQUALIFIED if:

  •  During deferred or the waiting period, Petitioner has been convicted or placed on deferred adjudication for any offense other than a traffic offense punishable by fine only. See § 411.081(e)
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Attorney John D Pascoe

Pascoe Law Firm

1414 S. Friendswood Dr, STE 120,

Friendswood, TX 77546

United States

Phone: 713-829-4317
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Attorney, John D. Pascoe and the Pascoe Law Firm, is responsible for the content on this website, principal office and only office located in Friendswood, Texas. Available to service Alvin, Texas and Brazoria County by appointment.

Webpage is intended solely for residents of Texas or Persons seeking representation within Texas. An Attorney-Client relationship only occurs when both parties agree that the Attorney will represent the Client and will not be created until that agreement occurs. Website and all of its pages is intended to be used for educational purposes and does not constituted as legal advice. All information on every page of the website does NOT suggest or claim that the attorney has a specialization in any area of legal practice or certification. Attorney not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specializations.