No expungement. Also, unfortunately I don't think non-disclosure is option. To be eligible for non-disclosure you would've had to successfully complete deferred adjudication, and then have your case dismissed.
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A case that ends with a jail sentence on a class B or higher criminal case...which you seem to have had...is not expungeable unless the defendant gets pardoned.
An order of non-disclosure is something that can be applied for following most deferred adjudication probations, but not after jail sentences.
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