The seal should be just one court file. The one court file may not include "everything in relation to your juvenile record." There may be things related to your record that are not in the court file.
When you did Livescan and "two things came up," may be related to cases that were not subject to the petition.
To have your entire juvenile record sealed, you may want to file petitions for the other cases as well.
I agree with my colleague. Petition to seal a record is specific to a particular case. Filing a petition to seal for each juvenile matter should clear up your record.
I agree with attorney Hill.
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