Legal Advice for Sealing Criminal Record — 188 results
Written by attorney Lisa Manning, about 5 years ago.
Expungement is the legal
process of deleting, sealing or redacting records related to a criminal
charge. Expungement law varies by state and is virtually nonexistent for
Written by attorney Vitaliy Kertchen, 30 days ago.
This guide explains eligibility requirements to sealing an adult criminal court record in Washington state. Governing law Sealing adult criminal court records is governed by court rule GR... more
Written by attorney Justin Caldarone, about 6 years ago.
What is the difference between having a criminal history record sealed or expunged? When your criminal history record is sealed, the public will not have access to it. However, certain... more
Written by attorney Daniel Perez Jr., about 6 years ago.
What is a Certificate of Eligibility from FDLE? Certificate of Eligibility. Please note that the issuance of a Certificate of Eligibility does not mean that your criminal history record... more
Written by attorney Matthew Keenan, over 1 year ago.
Beginning January 1, 2014, certain types of felony offenders will now be eligible to leave their criminal record in the past.
Under the new law, offenders with convictions for non-violent... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, 9 months ago.
Many people have the misconception that if their case was never filed by the prosecutorial agency or if their case was dismissed, the arrest records no longer exist. I just had a call from... more
Written by attorney Robert Odle, 11 months ago.
What you need to know about the ins and outs of sealing records in Colorado Introduction Many people who have been through the criminal justice system want to know how to seal their arrest... more
Written by attorney Lalitha Alladi, over 1 year ago.
Know the differences between Expungement and Sealing of your record. Can it help you? Are you eligible? 1) What is the difference between expunging and sealing a record? Sealing of a record... more
Written by attorney S. Janaan Hashim, over 1 year ago.
What is an expungement? Expunging a record only applies to cases in which there was no conviction. This can happen by being found not guilty, the charges being dismissed, etc. What is... more
Written by attorney Stephen Wolfe, over 1 year ago.
I see a lot of people on Avvo asking how to have records of an Ohio criminal conviction expunged. Simple answer: you can't. The State of Ohio no longer allows expungement. It does,... more
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