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IN THE ___COURT OF ___ (County), ___ (State) ___ (Name of State/Respondent) V.PLAINTIFFCAUSE NO. ___,______ (Name of Defendant/Petitioner)DEFENDANTPetition for Expungement of Record in Case of Acquittal COMES
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FAQ

A conviction is a loose legal term that means a finding of guilt. A successfully completed deferred adjudication often can be sealed from public view with a non-disclosure. Deferred adjudication cannot be granted by a jury. So once a defendant elects to go to trial, deferred adjudication is a not a possible punishment.

A conviction is a loose legal term that means a finding of guilt. A successfully completed deferred adjudication often can be sealed from public view with a non-disclosure. Deferred adjudication cannot be granted by a jury. ... may ask the judge to “adjudicate” (find guilty) the person and put them in jail or prison.

If you have been given deferred adjudication, then a judge has not technically found you guilty. ... Deferred adjudications will normally show up on your criminal background check. Employers will be able to see the crime you were charged with and the plea you entered at the time of judgment.

The arrest and deferred probation will remain on your record until you obtain a Non-Disclosure order. The waiting periods have certainly passed (5 years for a felony) so talk to an attorney to see if you're eligible.

Criminal records after deferred adjudication In some jurisdictions, defendants who have completed a deferred adjudication for a criminal charge may not be eligible for expungement of their criminal record, such that even though the charge was dismissed there remains a public record of their criminal prosecution.

You can get deferred no more than 325 times.

“Employers cannot ask about or consider deferred adjudication records when making hiring decisions.” ... A presenter apparently said that employers can only consider criminal convictions and not dismissals, which would include cases dismissed after the deferred adjudication probation was completed.

If you have been given deferred adjudication, then a judge has not technically found you guilty. ... Deferred adjudications will normally show up on your criminal background check. Employers will be able to see the crime you were charged with and the plea you entered at the time of judgment.

“Employers cannot ask about or consider deferred adjudication records when making hiring decisions.” ... A presenter apparently said that employers can only consider criminal convictions and not dismissals, which would include cases dismissed after the deferred adjudication probation was completed.

A jury can't place you on Deferred Adjudication probation. Only a judge can probate your sentence to Deferred Adjudication. If you were charged with a felony, Deferred Adjudication can keep you out of jail or prison. Felony probation normally has a sentence of 10 years.