Posted by Brian Laviage on Friday, Dec 28, 2018
Having a criminal record in Texas often results in negative repercussions, many of which last long after the sentence or fine has occurred and the debt to society repaid. One example is employment related; potential employers often categorically deny jobs to applicants with criminal records. It often doesn’t matter when the arrest occurred or even the relevancy to the job.
Posted by Brian Laviage on Saturday, Dec 8, 2018
To what extent does a criminal history affect international travel? The answer is far from simple.
Some countries require individuals with criminal records to apply in advance for pre-clearance to enter. Others require only a passport for admission, and there is no background check. Permission to enter could depend on the seriousness of the crime.
Posted by Brian Laviage on Thursday, Oct 18, 2018
Posted by Brian Laviage on Friday, Aug 17, 2018
A criminal record has the potential to affect just about every area of your life. In the state of Texas, people who meet requirements established by current laws have the right to request what is known as an expungement of a criminal record.