It clearly shows in this attachment that the case was "Disposed by DISM" and the "Judgement Set-Aside".infoman wrote:You cannot have any class A misdemeanor deferred adjudication in Texas within the past 5 years I promise. You cannot get a true set aside on a deferred adjudication. I will be the one that said “I told you so”. You have to get an order of non-disclosure or expungement. Trust me or don’t trust me. I’m 100% correct on this one.
411.171(4)(C) states the following:
(4) “Convicted” means an adjudication of guilt or, except as provided in
Section 411.1711, an order of deferred adjudication entered against a
person by a court of competent jurisdiction whether or not the imposition of
the sentence is subsequently probated and the person is discharged from
community supervision. The term does not include an adjudication of guilt or
an order of deferred adjudication that has been subsequently:
(B) pardoned under the authority of a state or federal official; or
(C) otherwise vacated, set aside, annulled, invalidated, voided, or sealed
under any state or federal law.