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If the police have disclosed information about a juvenile arrest that is confidential under Texas law, then you can file suit against the officer who disclosed it for breach of the duty of confidentiality of those records and seek damages from him personally. You can do this in addition to filing your complaint
with the department's internal affairs division. As part of your civil suit against the officer you can seek an injunction as well against his son to remove any information posted on line.
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