In the state of Texas, what does an unfavorable discharge mean?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Means that the person did not do everything on probation as they were supposed to do but the court decided to just release them from probation obligations. It suggests that if this person gets in trouble in the future, they are not a good candidate for probation.
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