HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO WAIT BEFORE I CAN APPLY TO HAVE MY RECORD SEALED?
If you are a first offender and your crime was a felony, you must wait at least three years from the time you are released from probation, parole or prison supervision.
If you are a first offender and your crime was a misdemeanor, you must wait at least one year from your conviction, or the time you are released from probation supervision or jail.
There is no waiting period for dismissals and not guilty findings.
There is a two-year waiting period for a No Bill disposition.
WHAT IS “SEALING OF RECORDS”?
WHO CAN FILE FOR SEALING OF RECORD?
ARE THERE ANY CONVICTIONS THAT ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO BE SEALED?
WHAT IS THE FILING FEE FOR A SEALING OF RECORD?
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER THE SEALING APPLICATION IS FILED?