Tifanee Baker

Attorney at Law

From an early age, I knew I wanted to change the system. I realized that to do so, I would have to become a judge. The only way I could achieve that goal is by becoming a lawyer. I earned my law degree from Texas Tech University School of Law. During my time there, I defended actual clients in court. 

I am passionate about helping you during your journey to a better future. To learn more about expungements, contact my law firm today to schedule a consultation, and let’s get started.

Who is Eligible for an Expunction?

Contact Me to Speak About Your Situation

You may be eligible for an expungement if your criminal case was dismissed before a trial or you were acquitted in court. You are able to file for an expunction two years after your arrest date. In cases of acquittal, you might be able to file immediately.

Why Should You Work With Me?

Life, Liberty, & the Pursuit of Happiness

I adamantly believe in upholding the rights of the people in my community. If you were not guilty of a crime, you should NOT have to suffer the consequences that come with it.

Experience on Both Sides of the Aisle

I worked in the District Attorney’s Office before I opened my own law firm. With that experience, I am able to pull insight so that I can build a strategy that can better serve your case.

Over 10 Years of Experience

I have over a decade of experience in criminal defense. I am able to use that knowledge when fighting for your expunction. Contact me today in Dallas, Texas to get started on your case.

Let’s Build a Better Future

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What Sets Me Apart?


I know what you are going through is difficult. When you work with me, you will not receive any judgment. Instead, you will have an attorney who will tirelessly fight for your future.


With matters as personal as these, I will tell you what you need to hear, not just what you will want to hear. Trust that I have your best interests in mind while I seek your expungement.


I will not give up on your case. You deserve a chance at justice and I want to help you pursue it. To seek a better future, contact me today and schedule a meeting to discuss your case.

Want to Seal Your Record with a Non-Disclosure?

If you have completed your probation period or have been placed on deferred adjudication, you may be able to seal your record. If you are successful in obtaining a non-disclosure, you will not have to give information on certain applications. Contact me to discuss your options. I proudly serve individuals in Dallas, Irving, Richardson, Grand Prarie, and Carrollton, Texas.