How can i seal my felony records?

Answer Sealing felony records legally closes public access to criminal convictions so that they can be viewed only by obtaining a court order. Expungement of a record, often confused with sealing, is the ... Read More »

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Can you seal death records?

While there is no national policy in the United States concerning death records, in general, they can only be sealed by court order. This is rare, and is usually only done in special circumstances... Read More »

How to Seal Public Records in CT?

If you are registered to vote and own a home, car or business, there are public documents that list your name, address and information about your property. Anyone is entitled to look at that inform... Read More »

How to Seal Juvenile Records in California?

If you were convicted of a crime as a minor in California then you can petition for your records to be sealed once you become an adult. You'll need to file a petition with the court and demonstrate... Read More »

Who is qualified to seal and destroy arrest records?

The arresting agency is the only one qualified or able to destroy or seal your arrest record, whether a conviction occurs or not. A judge can order that these records be sealed, especially as part ... Read More »