Applicant contends, inter alia, that his plea of guilty was involuntary entered because he thought the plea agreement with the State included a waiver of a deadly weapon finding. The judgment, however, contains a deadly weapon finding. Counsel filed an affidavit and confirmed Applicant's contention that the plea agreement with the State included a wavier of a deadly weapon finding. The trial court has entered findings that counsel is a trustworthy individual and that her statements are worthy of belief. Thus, the record supports Applicant's assertion that his plea agreement included no deadly weapon finding. A plea agreement may be enforced through specific performance. See Ex parte Hopson, 688 S.W.2d 545, 548 (Tex. Crim. App. 1985).
Relief is granted. The judgment in cause number 99-44451-R in the 265th Judicial District Court of Dallas County is ordered reformed to delete any mention of an affirmative finding of use or exhibition of a deadly weapon.
Applicant's remaining claims are denied.
Copies of this opinion shall be sent to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, institutional and pardons and paroles divisions.
DELIVERED: February 26, 2003
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