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Q: I successfully completed my deferred adjudication probation. Can I have my criminal record cleared?

A: Contrary to popular belief, a successfully served deferred adjudication probation cannot be expunged, except in the case of certain class C misdemeanor offenses. However, under a recent Texas statute, you may well be eligible for an order of nondisclosure. See the entry pertaining to nondisclosure orders on my Practice Areas page.


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