Your question makes no sense. If the person did not receive and successfully complete deferred adjudication probation, then the person is not entitled to nondisclosure. If the person still owed money on a probation which was discovered as a result of an attempt to seal records from 1998, I do not see how they could still try to collect on that since they no longer have the power to revoke the probation.
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I have no idea what question you are asking. If a person is placed on deferred probation and successfully completes it, the case will be dismissed. Then the process is to file for a sealing of the records. This will keep your record clean.
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Your question is not clear. please clarify what you are asking. Only a successfully completed Deferred adjudication probation can be sealed.
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