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This article contains  information on orders of nondisclosure for offenses occuring on or after September 1, 2015. This article includes information on how to get a non disclosure under section 411.0725 of the Texas Government Code. FORMS ARE INCLUDED. This article was written by the Texas Office of Court Administration.
The Texas legislature passed a bill to repeal the Driver Responsibility Program this session (H.B. 2048), and it was signed into law by the Governor in June. The bill went into effect on September 1, 2019. This document is intended to answer common questions about how the repeal works.
This article provides information on how to request medical care, where to find I-60 request forms, and what to do if a request is not answered. This material was written by the Texas Civil Rights Project.  
This article tells you about identity theft, including steps you can take if you are dealing with identity theft. This article was written by Texas RioGrande Legal Aid.  
This article tells you about whether a student can be charged with a crime, what simple assault is, and more. This article was written by Texas RioGrande Legal Aid.   
Ticket Help Texas is a resource for Texans who owe fines and costs in criminal cases that they are unable to pay. This toolkit was published by the Texas Fair Defense Project and Texas Appleseed.
This article has information on the different types of nondisclosures in Texas and what you need to do to get one. This article includes information on the recent changes in the law. This article was written by the Texas Office of Court Administration and TexasLawHelp. 
This article provides information about assisting organizations, their staff and volunteers working with justice-involved individuals, as well as other information. This article was provided by The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.