The Ruby Berry Law Group, PLLC, a Texas-based law firm, announced its partnership with the Law Group of THP to offer expunction and non-disclosure services during Black History Month to further combat the negative systematic impacts of the Criminal Justice System.
According to the Ruby Berry Law Group, PLLC’s Managing Partner, Attorney Bredric Berry, “Many individuals, specifically black people or those from lower economic backgrounds, complete the terms necessary to dismiss their criminal cases. However, these individuals often remain road blocked from employment and other opportunities because of the publicity of their arrest or record despite its dismissal. If anyone is eligible to legally remove these blemishes and progress their lives, we want to help!”
In Texas, an individual may be eligible for an expunction if any of the following has happened:
- Arrested, but not subsequently charged with a crime
- Case dismissed for lack of probable cause, insufficient evidence, or unavailable witness
- The Grand Jury “no billed” an indictment against you
- Acquitted (Found “Not Guilty”) by a Judge or Jury
- Successfully Completed Deferred Adjudication for a Class C Misdemeanor
- Plead Guilty to a Class C Misdemeanor alcohol crime such as public intoxication
- Criminal Record is a result of identity theft
Thanks to the efforts of Attorney Peden and other sponsorships, there are no consultation fees relating to this campaign. To receive more information concerning the #FREEATLAST Black History Expunction Campaign or to schedule a consultation visit www.rberrylaw.net or contact (713) 324-8886.