Records of a driving while intoxicated offense may be shielded by an order of nondisclosure two years after the successful completion of community supervision if the person was required to use an ignition interlock device for at least six months. Tex. Gov’t Code § 411.0731.
The fees amount to at least $207, and typically about $250 in the district court, plus $28 fee for petition for non-disclosure. See Tex. Gov't Code § 411.0745.
The person is not required in any application for employment or licensing to state that they have been the subject of any criminal proceeding that is the subject of the order. Tex. Gov't Code § 411.0755.
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The petition can be filed two years after the completion of community supervision.