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An expugement is the removal of records or references to a criminal arrest, charge or prosecution. You are eligible for an expungement if the case was dismissed outright or if you were found not guilty.


When you are unable to get your criminal case dismissed outright, you still may be able to clear your record by filing a petition for an order of non-disclosure.

Non-Disclosure Eligibility

There are some limitations for a nondisclosure petition, as there are some offenses which are ineligible for nondisclosure.

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about expungements and nondisclosure orders and how they can help you clear your record and start a new chapter in your life.
Meet the Attorney

About Trent Loftin

Fort Worth Attorney Trent LoftinTrent Loftin has had his private practice since 2000, serving the needs of citizens in Tarrant County and throughout the state of Texas. He has extensive experience in juvenile matters, including trial experience and arrangements for all criminal bonds. Prior to this, Mr. Loftin was the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Assistant District Attorney from 1997-2000.

Member of:

  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Tarrant County Bar Association
  • Tarrant County Criminal Bar Association

Client Testimonials

Trent Loftin did a great job with my case and helped me totally clear my record.
Joe Smith