A non-disclosure will allow you to deny that you were arrested. Did you make a big mistake and decide to own up to it? If you have successfully completed Deferred Adjudication for a misdemeanor or a felony you may be eligible for a non-disclosure. Even though a person that successfully completes a deferred adjudication does not have a final conviction, the arrest and charge will still appear on their criminal record. An employer that runs a criminal background will know you were charged and had it dismissed by completing a deferred adjudication.
You worked hard to complete your deferred adjudication, now take the final step to keep most non-governmental agencies from discovering that you were ever arrested and charged with a crime. Call today to find out if you qualify!
The Montes Law Firm can file your petition for non-disclosure at a reasonable and affordable price.
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