Expunge Your Criminal Record

Depending on the conviction and the amount of time that has passed, you may be eligible to expunge your criminal record.

Having a criminal record expunged means that the record will be permanently destroyed so that it's no longer accessible by the court or any other state, municipal, or county agencies. It's not the same as having a record sealed. Find out who's eligible to have a record expunged and how to request to expunge your record.

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