Records Expunction Entitlement
The records of this court, including all records in your case, are public and accessible to the public. However, if you are convicted of an offense in this court, the records in your case will be subject to an order of nondisclosure prohibiting release of the records to anyone except you or other criminal or specified non-criminal justice agencies.
You may be entitled to an expunction of the records of a conviction in your case in the following instances:
- For a single alcohol conviction, you may petition this court for an expunction after your 21st birthday.
- For tobacco convictions, you may petition this court for expunction after your 18th birthday.
- For a single conviction for failure to attend school violation, you may petition this court for an expunction after your 18th birthday.
- For a single conviction of any other non-traffic violation, you may petition this court for expunction after your 17th birthday.
- If you have questions concerning the right to, need for, or consequences of expunction, please consult with a licensed attorney.