Expungement Chart

Expungements are like an eraser that can wipe your record clean. Mistakes from
your past can be eliminated from your criminal history. Are you
eligible for an Expungement?

When can you get your record expunged?

Type
of offenses that can be Expunged

Number
of offenses
that
can be Expunged

Amount
of time before Expungement is possible

Juvenile
Delinquency Offenses

These
records are sealed after the juvenile comes of age.

Once the
Juvenile reaches 18 they are sealed

Young
Drug Offenders

No
Limit If Conviction is for Possession or Use of CDS

One
(1) Year Waiting Period from date of Completion of Supervision

Arrests
Not Resulting in Conviction

No
Limit

Six
(6) Month Waiting Period If Dismissed as a result of a Diversion
Program, otherwise, there is no waiting period

Municipal
Ordinance Violations

No
Limit Provided Petitioner has no Criminal Record and no more than
two (2) disorderly convictions

Two
(2) Year Waiting Period from the date of Completion of Supervision

Disorderly
Persons Offenses (Including Petty)

Up
to two (2) Convictions May be Expunged Provided Petitioner
has No other Criminal Convictions

Five
(5) Year Waiting Period from date of Completion of Supervision

Indictable
Criminal Offenses

One
(1) Conviction May Be Expunged (plus up to two (2) Disorderly
Persons Offenses)

Ten
(10) Year Waiting Period from date of Completion
of Supervision

If you have any questions or concerns about how to obtain an Expungement please contact our office.

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