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If there's a finding of family violence you can't expunge or obtain a non-disclosure.
Call a local attorney and they can give you the specifics
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If the earlier case was completely dismissed (not you just pled out to a lesser charge), you should be able to get it expunged now. You're not going to be able to do anything with the second ads, though. The fact that you served probation means you aren't eligible for expunction, and a finding of family violence--even on a misdemeanor--would disqualify you from eligibility for an order of nondisclosure ("sealing your record").
An expunction means that any reference to a criminal charge is to be compiled and destroyed. It also, makes it a crime for anyone to disseminate any information about an expunged record. Non-disclosure means that records are retained by law enfacement but hidden from the general public. Sealing of records only deal with juvenile cases. You are eligible for expunction on the 2005 case. However, deferred adjudication with a finding of family violence makes you ineligible for any relief. You should obtain copies of you order of dismissal in both cases. Then schedule an appointment with a local criminal defense attorney and have them reviewed. I typically charge a nominal fee to review documents for a client.