Answered 7 years ago|
Although I do not practice law in the State of Texas, here are my initial impressions. Having served, or not served, jail time for a conviction is not of much relevance with respect to your record. If you received probation, it means that you were convicted, and therefore, your record will reflect a conviction, most likely for a felony. If you need further clarification on the consequences of having a felony conviction on your record, I suggest that you consult with and/or hire a local attorney. Good luck.
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