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Is it ok if I put 2 reason on the qualification for expunction? 1)

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Is it ok if I put 2 reason on the qualification for expunction?
1) charges were filed but were dismissed without indictment and Statute of Limitations has expired., and
2) Misdemeanor charges were filed that were dismissed and statute of limitations has expired.?

Good morning Craig,

I'm Doug, and I'm sorry to hear of the confusion. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today.

Yes, it is perfectly acceptable to provide two separate bases in your application for expunction, so long as the bases are included as a proper ground for expunction in the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 55.01. Right to Expunction, as yours are.

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