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Video: When Can You Get Criminal Nondisclosures in Texas?

Video: When Can You Get Criminal Nondisclosures in Texas?

In this short video, Fort Worth criminal defense attorney Benson Varghese describes criminal nondisclosures and explains when they are allowed in Texas.

Video Transcript:

A nondisclosure in Texas is allowed under certain circumstances. 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. 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.

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Do you or a loved one need assistance with obtaining a criminal nondisclosure? Contact us today at (817) 203-2220 or reach out online for a complimentary strategy session. During this call we will discuss the following things in order to determine if you are eligible for a nondisclosure:

  • Discuss your case (typically a Class B misdemeanor or greater)
  • Discuss whether your case was deferred and dismissed without a conviction
  • Discuss whether your case has reached the waiting period