ORDER FOR NON-DISCLOSURE

Were you arrested for a crime and your case was dismissed?

Would you like to clean up your criminal history so you don’t have tell an employer that you were arrested before?

In many cases and for a variety of reasons, an individual may not be eligible for an Expunction.

But you may be eligible for an Order of Non-Disclosure.

An Order of Non-Disclosure prohibits local, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies from reporting your arrest and dismissal to most employers. However, if asked, they must disclose it to a state and federal licensing agency, the military, the federal government or federal contractors.

But of course, it is not automatic. You must file a request with the court and pay court fees.

Mary Beth Harrell and her associates have been able to obtain many Orders of Non-Disclosure for her clients.

Call Mary Beth Harrell today and get that help.