I'm not sure what you mean by early. It sounds like you successfully completed deferred on a misdemeanor? When you are eligible to seal the record depends on what you are charged with. If there is a statutory waiting period, you cannot seal the record before that period expires.
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You are eligible to file for a Motion for Non Disclosure two years from the date you were released from a misdemeanor deferred adjudication.
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Unfortunately, there is no way you can "seal" the records related to your arrest early in Texas. Section 411.081(d)(3) of the Government Code provides that, if you were placed on "deferred adjudication" for a felony offense, you must wait five (5) years from the date of discharge and dismissal before filing for an order of nondisclosure to "seal" your records. Best of luck! Take care.
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