Some people do not qualify for an Expungement but will qualify for an Order of Non-Disclosure. Generally Non-Disclosure is available for those who have been placed on Deferred Adjudication probation and have successfully completed their probation. For most cases you are eligible for a Non-Disclosure as soon as you are discharged from probation, but some felonies may involve a “waiting period” before you can seek an Order of Non-Disclosure. A Non-Disclosure Attorney can review your case and advise you of your eligibility.
- Non-Disclosure for Deferred Probation Cases
- Non-Disclosure “seals” your record from public searches
- Depending upon your age and number of cases, you may be eligible for Non-Disclosure even if you were found guilty or served jail time for some misdemeanor cases
- An Order of Non-Disclosure can help you obtain employment and some employment-based licensing
- Consult with a Non-Disclosure Lawyer to see if you qualify