Yes. Probation officers have more power than most people think. I always explain to my clients that keeping a good relationship with your PO is the second most important thing on probation. The first is to ALWAYS show up for your meetings!
My firm specializes in dealing with both criminal law and the nursing board. If the case was properly expunged, then there should be no record. You should contact an attorney to look into the situation. Feel free to contact my firm for a free initial consultation.
Sadly, that's a valid reason to stop a vehicle in Texas. In a DWI case, a jury would expect to hear testimony or see a video of a car driving dangerously. Doesn't sound like the state has that type of evidence against you. You need a lawyer who knows how to try this case to a jury. Take a look at my website buckjohnsonlaw.com and interview several lawyers. Find one you are comfortable with and fight your case.
Yes. All arrests will show up unless they have been expunged. Keep in mind that a dismissal or non-prosecution does not mean the records were expunged. You should contact an attorney to expunge your record if it is warranted.
It's important to understand what "expunged" really means. There is a difference between what you can have "expunged" and what can be "non-disclosed" in your two cases. Contact an attorney who knows how to have it done correctly. Buckjohnsonlaw.com
You need a lawyer with experience in both criminal defense and the nursing board. There are only a few of us in Dallas. I would suggest contacting several attorneys until you find the information you need. My firm specializes in both. buckjohnsonlaw.com. My firm is similar to other attorneys in that we provide free consultations.