A order of nondisclosure is a legal process that seals qualifying parts of your criminal records. Orders of nondisclosure stop public entities, including law enforcement, courts, clerks and prosecutors offices from sharing information about a sealed offense.  While there are exceptions, generally speaking, an order of nondisclosure hides the fact you have been on a deferred probation from the public.  Orders of nondisclosure are case specific, have varying time frames and only apply to certain types of criminal offenses and dispositions.