If you have been arrested for a misdemeanor or felony and had your charges dropped, dismissed, unadjudicated, deferred, or acquitted, you may be eligible for expunction of the records. It was not enough to have your case dismissed, because the record of your arrest will still show up in most criminal history records checks. If you have ever been denied a job and don't know why....guess again. The attorney who handled your case may not have informed you thoroughly of your right to expunction under the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. Don't let the record of a case you had dismissed be the reason why you lose out on the perfect job opportunity, call The Vargas Law Office.