You were arrested. I think that answer would be yes. This is not likely to cause you any issues, unless of course you lie about never having been arrested.
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I suggest that you contact an attorney to look into your case. If you were actually arrested, depending on what happened with your ticket it might be possible to get the record expunged. If your record is otherwise clear of any criminal history, you definitely want to keep it that way.
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I defer to my Texas colleagues. Speak with a Texas attorney.
ANDREW ROBERTS CRIMINAL AND TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE ATTORNEY