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Video: When Can You Get Criminal Nondisclosure in Texas?

By Benson Varghese

When is a criminal nondisclosure allowed? Attorney Benson Varghese answers this question in this short video.

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Video Transcript:

“A nondisclosure in Texas is allowed under certain circumstances and that is generally when an offense that is a Class B misdemeanor or greater, including felony offenses, have been deferred and then ultimately dismissed without a conviction. And that is different from a case being dismissed without being placed on deferred. There is also, for felonies, a waiting period of five years that must pass after the case has been dismissed before you are eligible for a nondisclosure.” – Benson Varghese

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Video: When Can You Get Criminal Nondisclosure in Texas?
When is a criminal nondisclosure allowed? Attorney Benson Varghese answers this question in this short video. https://youtu.be/Q6HJFLEfeFE For more videos, check out our YouTube channel or visit our Videos page that contains other posts with videos. 

Video Transcript:

"A nondisclosure in Texas is allowed under certain circumstances and that is generally when an offense that is a Class B misdemeanor or greater, including felony offenses, have been deferred and then ultimately dismissed without a conviction. And that is different from a case being dismissed without being placed on deferred. There is also, for felonies, a waiting period of five years that must pass after the case has been dismissed before you are eligible for a nondisclosure." - Benson Varghese

Want to learn more? Don't Miss: Expunctions and Nondisclosures in Texas

We hope you found this information helpful. Please visit our Versus Texas blog and video page for more answers to frequently asked questions, including:   Interested in obtaining one? Contact us at 817-203-2220 or reach out online. Have you or a loved one been accused of a serious crime? Contact us today for a complimentary strategy session. During this call we will:
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