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Def. Adj. Explained

Def. Adj. Misconceptions

Clearing Records

Texas Bar Journal Article• March 2006


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And to do your part:

Those affected by deferred adjudication issues I urge you to do the following 4 things:

  1. Commit yourself to address the problem, every person counts.
  2. Reach out to friends, family, and social organizations to let them know the shame and continual punishment you undergo for the sake of deffered adjudication.
  3. Contact the Representatives for your area about this problem. Click here to see "Who represents me?"
  4. Vote in every election and urge others to do the same for candidates who support our cause. Click here to find out about Registation

    You can find your local county voting location here.
    http://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/voter/links.shtml#County

I am casting away all previous documented efforts on this site so everyone can begin again to forge a new way to once again drive home the change on this important issue.

Valente G.