Expunction and Nondisclosure Attorney

Erase Your Past. Protect your Future.

Case Dismissed?

If your case was dismissed without any formal probation, you may be entitled to an expunction.

Verdict: Not Guilty

If you were found not guilty but a judge or jury at trial, you are entitled to an expunction.

Deferred Probation

If you successfully completed deferred probation, your case could be eligible for a nondisclosure.

Expired Statute of Limitations?

Even if you were arrested, you could be eligible for an expunction if your case was not filed before the statute of limitations.

Frequently Asked Questions:

An expunction is complete erasure of all files and records relating to an arrest or charge. 

A nondisclosure court order prohibiting public entities from disclosing certain criminal records. 

Easy. Call 214.432.8860 or click here.

Every case is different and warrants its own analysis.  However, my prices are very reasonable for the services provided. 

I normally tell my clients to expect the process to last about 30-60 days depending on the County – some counties are more efficient than others.

Gregg Gallian

Gregg Gallian

Dallas Expunction and Nondisclosure Attorney

Office Address

Gallian Firm LLC
2001 Bryan St. 
Suite 1905
Dallas, TX 75201


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