No--there aren't any time limits (in that direction, at least) on expunctions. On a PI, assuming you're talking about a regular Class C PI that's handled in JP or municipal court, you should safely be able to file for expunction six months after the date that your case gets dismissed (may be a little sooner, depending on when the case got filed, but 6 months after dismissal, you can definitely do it). But you can also do it a year, or five years, or ten years later if you need to.
Wait at least 6 months is what I'm told.
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Mrs. Foley is correct. 6 months from the date of dismissal, on a Class C.
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