The client wanted to hire us to expunge an old theft case.
However, because the client was placed on community supervision for that offense, he was only eligible for non-disclosure.
At first, the client was unsure about proceeding if expunction was not an option.
However, after additional communication and a thorough explanation of the client’s options, the client decided to pursue the non-disclosure.
Final case result: Successful non-disclosure of the offense.
About The Attorney
Attorney Sarah Durham’s practice focuses on appellate advocacy. She is passionate about the research and writing intrinsic to appellate and post-conviction writ work. She frequently uses her skills, including attention to detail and presenting the complex as comprehensible, when advocating for her clients.
On a given week, she may write a brief to one of the fourteen intermediate courts of appeals throughout Texas or submit a petition for discretionary review to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Sarah also focuses on and can often be found working on post-conviction writs of habeas corpus, including 11.07; new evidence; and other extraordinary writs for post-conviction relief.
Attorney Sarah Durham works tirelessly to achieve the greatest possible results for each of our clients and their families. This is one of her successful results, settlements, and verdicts. Every case and client is unique and depends upon the individual facts and circumstances of each case. Clients may or may not obtain the same or similar results in each case.