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When filling out an application that asks if I have ever been convicted of a misdemeanor how do I answer if my case was dismissed?

I was on a deferred adjudication but I finished it already some months ago. My case was dismissed.

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    If you were placed on deferred and successfully discharged, the you would have no conviction and could answer "no". But, you would need to make certain that the deferred has been discharged and the dismissal was signed by the judge.
    Answer Applies to: Texas - Replied: 12/4/2014
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