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Tips on getting your Illinois Criminal Record Expunged or Sealed

When you are arrested or charged with an offense, a criminal record is created, even if you are not found guilty. Your criminal records can be read by the public, including your family, friends, employers, trade organizations, banks, and credit agencies.

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