Basics on Criminal Expungements
by Baille, Connie; Delaney, Martha; Friedman, Michael; Forehle, Melissa & Geffen, Jon (June 1, 2005) (Volunteer Lawyers Network)
Understanding your criminal record. Basic information about criminal expungements. How do I file for an expungement? What goes in my petition? The hearing and decision. Expungements and immigration. 15 pages.
Includes sample petitions and proposed orders for expungement, sample affidavits for filing "in forma pauperis" and proving service, sample cover letter for service, and list of agencies to be notified of expungement proceedings. 17 pages.
"This statutory expungement remedy is limited to a court order sealing records and prohibiting disclosure of their existence or their opening except under court order or statutory authority; nothing in the law authorizes destruction of records or their return to the subject. A Judge of District Court must hear this petition."
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