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The best person to ask is your probation officer. It would seem however that if you have paid your fines off, made your restitution and completed your probation period, then the only thing you have to do is stay far away from any trouble.
Again, unless I am missing something once you are finished, you are finished. Fortunately for you there are a number of wonderful lawyers from Texas on AVVO and you could probably call up any one of the criminal lawyers and ask this question and get a positive answer from them.
Congratulations on completing your probation. I hope you have a Happy Healthy New Year. Be good and be careful.
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I would ask your probation officer what you need to do and stay out of trouble.
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