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I need to file for Motion for Non-Disclosure but do not have

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I need to file for Motion for Non-Disclosure but do not have much money. How can I go about this?
Hello and thank you for the opportunity to assist you. Please remember that there might be a delay between your follow up questions and my answers because I may be helping other customers or taking a break.

Let me first ask, do you already have a copy of the motion?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

No I do not have a copy. This is the first time to even look for answers

Okay, no problem. First, let me confirm that you are eligible - what were you convicted of, or received a deferred adjudication on?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
It was a manufacturing charge in 2002 in Fort Worth court
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX happened - were you convicted, did you get deferred adjudication, or was the matter dropped without conviction or you were found not guilty?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
It was deferred adjudication. On probation for 10 years but was let off in 07
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX good information and I appreciate your patience.

You can go to sites like or to get the motion/order. Once you do this, you contact the Court that you were given deferred adjudication in and ask their address of where to file said motion. You also ask the clerk for a hearing date. Once you get one, you send it to the court with a cover letter that reminds them of the hearing date.

You then serve the District Attorney's office via certified letter, as well as the former PO, with said motion and a cover letter giving them the date and time.

Then you show up at the date/time and have a quick hearing on the matter. The DA/PO can make an appearance and endorse/oppose it, and then it is up to the Court to decide.

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