Dallas Dismissed Case Expungement – FAQ

What is a Class C Misdemeanor?

A Class C misdemeanor is the lowest level of crime in the state of Texas. These are very small crimes, really violations, that result in minimal sentences. While they will show up on a criminal record, they can be expunged after a certain amount of time.

Examples of Class C misdemeanors include charges of public intoxication, minor in possession, and minor in consumption. Not all Class C misdemeanors relate to alcohol. These are just common examples.

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