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I received a ticket in north Texas for possession of drug paraphernalia . I've paid for the expertise of a lawyer in the hopes of eventually having this charge wiped from my record . I'm reading that new Texas law dictates that certain class C misdemeanors are eligible for exp unction , after completing deferred adjudication , after a period of 180 days . Did I waste money on a lawyer when I could have simply accepted deferred adjudication ? If my case settles out of court will I be eligible for exp unction , assuming my case is dismissed , after 180 days from the date of non - custodial arrest , or must I wait 2 years ? Thanks .