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What was the end result of the case? Were you convicted? What was your sentence?
If you disposed of your case with a pre-trial diversion program (no plea, case dismissed after community supervision) you would be eligible to get the record of your case expunged. If you disposed of it with a deferred adjudication (you took a plea, got community supervision, then your conviction was dismissed) you'd be eligible to get an order of non-disclosure which would seal your record.
Otherwise, Texas doesn't remove convictions from your record unless they have first been pardoned by the governor. Pardons are free and require no lawyer to do this for you. I will attach some information to my answer.
Did you take any plea? Did you see a judge?
Thanks for the prompt reply. If there was no plea or sentence, you should be eligible for an expungement. You will have to petition the court. I'm going to attach a file where you can double check your eligibility see how to do this for yourself.