Expungement Video FAQs
- If a determination has been made that your record can be expunged, then the necessary paperwork has to be done.
- This includes the order, the verified petition signed by you, and copies of judgement of convictions or dispositions.
- You will ultimately have to get a court date.
- Once an order is signed, that paperwork is then sent back to our office and has to be re-sent out to all the agencies that now need to start conforming their records.
- It generally takes somewhere in the neighborhood of around three months to get that hearing date once the paperwork is done.
- It then takes another twelve weeks before we get the letter back from the state police indicating that they have now confirmed their records.
- There are a number of factors that will play into whether or not you can have that record expunged.
- What is your prior record? How many incidences do you have on that prior record? How long ago did those incidences happen? Has there been a sufficient amount of time that has passed since then?