Charged n put on probation completed n done with probation is it a felony
Yes. Evading with a motor vehicle is a felony. If you plead guilty then you were convicted of a felony, unless you did deferred adjudication.
Yes. This would be a 3rd degree felony. If you were on Deferred Adjudication, you may, after a waiting period, be eligible to Petition the Court to Non-Disclose (seal) the file from public view.
Make sure hire an attorney familiar with the process to do this, if and when possible.
This answer is without knowing the details of the case, and is only for informational purposes only. Legal advise and opinion may only be offered by a retained attorney.
It is possible. The charge is a third degree felony. You could have pled guilty or no contest to a lesser included offense like simple evading removing the motor vehicle element. Ask your lawyer if you pled to a felony or lesser included. Good luck to you,
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