Non-disclosure is a term used in Texas to describe the process where an individual has a charge sealed. This means information about your offense will not be available to the general public although law enforcement and government agencies will still be able to view it. You can still deny the offense ever occurred on rental and employment applications unless otherwise noted. If you are not interested in getting a Non-Disclosure and having your offense sealed, you should contact an attorney to discuss your options under the law. Sometimes a licensed attorney can achieve extraordinary results like having an offense pardoned so never give up hope.