How do you have your record expunged in pa?
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Well, let's clarify what it means to expunge a case: it means to DELETE it COMPLETELY. This means essentially THERE IS NO RECORD!! So to have a record EXPUNGED means to have it DELETED. When you have a felony record expunged it's as if it never occurred. Therefore the public cannot see the record, nor can police. And you then have the legal right to say you don't have a record (at least not that…
You can get a felony expunged from your record if the charge was dismissed, the grand jury refuses to indict, or if you are arrested but not charged. A record may also be expunged in return for completing certain pre-trial diversion programs. Tennessee does not appear to allow crimes for which you were convicted to be expunged.
You absolutely can have your criminal record expunged if you meet your specific state's eligibility requirements. Requirements for record expungement vary from state to state, but I'm not aware of any state that bans expungement completely. When a record is expunged, it is physically destroyed. When a record is sealed, it is not destroyed but it is made unavailable to the public.
Probably yes. If your record was, in fact, legally expunged, it means that any record of the arrest/offense no longer exists and it will not be found when doing a background check on you. CAUTION: Don't misunderstand the meaning of 'expunged.' An "expunged" record is NOT the same as having the offfense 'dismissed' or 'pardoned.'
Unclear what is being asked. If you are asking, can the DOT review your expunged criminal record during a pre-employment criminal history search.... yes, they can. An expunged record only prevents the public from accessing your expunged record. Law enforcement, the courts, government agencies and certain private employeers conducting national security clearances can still gain access to it.
Check with a local lawyer to be sure. In general terms, a sealed record still is a record, just not accessible to the public. Usually, a restoration of gun rights requires that a record be expunged rather than sealed. Another View: In terms of being sealed or expunged it makes little difference. Such records, when sealed or expunged only render them unavailable to members of the general public. The courts, law enforcement, and government agencies…
Can you have a juvenile record expunged in Colorado if you've had a subsequent misdemeanor conviction as an adult?
Expungement procedures and requirements vary from state to state and you will have to look at your state statutes for the particular procedures to follow in your state, or to even know if you are eligible to have the dismissed charges expunged. In Florida, for example, there are certain arrests that cannot be expunged, even though the charges were ultimately dismissed. When your record is expunged, it is physically destroyed, and the public will no…