Expunctions and Nondisclosure Orders

August 13, 2018


Many people who've made mistakes in their past would like a chance to start over with a clean slate. Although most criminal convictions cannot be removed from an individual's record, there are certain situations where a person is able to have their record sealed (“nondisclosure”) or cleared (“expunction”). The State Law Library often receives questions related to both procedures. To assist in answering those questions, our librarians have created an Expunctions and Nondisclosure Orders research guide.

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