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Understanding the Difference Between Expunctions and Petitions for Non-Disclosure

An expunction erases an arrest and disposition from a person's criminal record, usually as a result of a dismissal or an acquittal. A Non-Disclosure seals a person's criminal record if they plead guilty or are found guilty and have an otherwise clean criminal record.

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