A non-disclosure is an order similar to an expunction. Only law enforcement officers and government officials will still have access to your records. A non-disclosure prohibits law enforcement officers and government officials from sharing any information about your record with third parties. You could legally state that you have not been arrested or convicted of a crime when applying for jobs, housing, credit cards, or other official documents. Most misdemeanor charges are eligible for non-disclosure after the completion of a deferred adjudication. If you are not eligible for an expunction, you may be eligible for a non-disclosure. An experienced criminal defense lawyer can tell you whether you are eligible for a non-disclosure. If you are seeking a non-disclosure in Texas, contact the Loker Law Firm today for assistance in obtaining a non-disclosure order and getting a fresh start.