Expunction of a Deferred Disposition Class C Misdemeanor 45.051 TCCP

By | June 27, 2019

The easiest way to find out whether you qualify for an expunction of a deferred disposition of a Class C Misdemeanor is to take our expunction quiz.

But for those do-it-yourselfers, here is how to analyze whether you qualify for an expunction of a deferred disposition of a Class C Misdemeanor. 

☐ Did you successfully complete your deferral period?

If “yes,” go to the next question.

If “no, I didn’t successfully complete the deferral period; the deferred disposition resulted in a conviction,” then you can’t get a 45.051 expunction.

☐ Did you pay the special expense fee, court costs, and restitution?

If “yes,” go to the next question.

If “no, I didn’t successfully complete the deferral period; the deferred disposition resulted in a conviction,” then you can’t get a 45.051 expunction.

☐ Did you complete any required classes, counseling, assessments, testing, driver safety course, and community service?

If “yes,” go to the next question.

If “no, I didn’t successfully complete the deferral period; the deferred disposition resulted in a conviction,” then you can’t get a 45.051 expunction.

☐ Did you turn in proof of having completed what you were supposed to do?

If “yes,” go to the next question.

If “no, I didn’t successfully complete the deferral period; the deferred disposition resulted in a conviction,” then you can’t get a 45.051 expunction.

☐ Did you avoid committing any violation of any law during the deferral period?

If “yes,” then you can get an expunction of your Class C Deferred Disposition under 45.051.

If “no, I didn’t successfully complete the deferral period; the deferred disposition resulted in a conviction,” then you can’t get a 45.051 expunction.