This in an appeal from an order denying the appellant's petition for nondisclosure of her prior conviction for possession of cocaine. The trial court's finding that the appellant has been denied employment and lost thousands of dollars in wages as a result of the 2001 deferred adjudication appearing on her record demonstrates that the subjective value of the nondisclosure order she seeks exceeds the jurisdictional threshold of $250. A second deferred adjudication in 2010 does not disqualify the appellant from obtaining a nondisclosure order on her 2001 deferred adjudication. The trial court's order is reversed and remanded. Houston's 1st Court of Appeals, No. 01-11-00931-CV, 12-20-2012.
Harris v. State
Tex. App. Dist. 1
December 26, 2012
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