Juvenile criminal court records remain unless the individual petitions to have
them sealed. This may be done when ...
You may be able to seal arrest or conviction records. Here's how.
Many adult criminal records may be sealed or expunged, which enables you to
say "No" in many situations when you're asked about your criminal history.
“Expungement” (also called “expunction”) is defined as “the removal of a
conviction from a person's criminal record.” The “sealing of criminal records” is
May 1, 2015 ... How to Expunge Your Criminal Records. Your criminal record can make it more
difficult to get a job or rent an apartment. Employers and ...
Most states allow adults and juveniles to “expunge,” “seal,” or otherwise hide or
destroy court records of convictions for some criminal offenses. When a criminal ...
Learn about criminal record expungement and clear your record.
Expunging criminal records and sealing criminal records are two different
processes. Learn more to find out if you should seal your record, or expunge it.
Expunging a misdemeanor charge means a clean legal record and criminal
history. Learn more about how to expunge your misdemeanor charge record
Expunging a felony charge works differently in every state, but there are certain
factors which make it more or less likely that having your arrest record expunged