Hmm. DWI is currently a class B misdemeanor and it was at the time of your arrest. Class A is a more serious charge. Perhaps it was pled down from an "Intoxication Assault" or "Intoxication Manslaughter" charge?
Regardless, if you received "Deferred Adjudication" you can likely get an order of non-disclosure. If it was regular probation you will need a pardon.Ask a similar question
If you completed a deferred adjudication then no you cannot expunge. YOu can likely seal the offense which is almost as good as expunging but not as complete. Only offenses that are dismissed without deferred or that a jury acquits the defendant can be expunged.
Good luck and feel free to contact me regarding your options sealing the arrest and procedural history.Ask a similar question
Your case is a little perplexing because under current law, you're not allowed to receive deferred adjudication for a DWI. Thus you're not ever eligible for a non-disclosure. In your case since it was so long ago, if you received deferred and had the case dismissed, there is nothing in the non-disclosure statute that precludes you from getting it sealed.
I'd recommend that you contact an attorney who can research the particulars of the case. I'd be happy to look into it.
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