To determine which Option is right for you completely review all information on the Criminal Expungement & Sealing - General Information page before proceeding.
Scenario: No criminal convictions, received supervision, Section 10, Section 410, Section 70 or Section 40-10 probation (also called Tasc) or was acquitted or case dismissed.
Sealing a Record
Sealing Option 2:
Scenario: Sealing a conviction Instructions Sample Form Blank Form Sealing Option 3:
Sealing a felony drug conviction - Received "first offender" probation under Section 10, Section 410, Section 70 AND (1) You have a conviction on the record that bars expungement of a successfully completed first offender probation OR (2) your first offender probation was not successfully completed.
Instructions Sample Form Blank Form
Juvenile Option 1:
Scenario: Juvenile - Expunging a juvenile record. Arrested not charged, found not guilty, received supervision, found delinquent for certain Class B misdemeanor, Class C misdemeanor or a petty or business offense?
Scenario: Juvenile - For all other dispositions and you had NO convictions for any crime since your 17th birthday, are you at least 21 years old, has it been at least five years since your last juvenile court proceeding was terminated, and has it been at least five years since your commitment to the Department of Corrections, Juvenile Division ended?
Identity Theft Expungement
Scenario: Identify Theft - Expunge record based on judicial determination of factual innocence - identity theft.