What happens if my petition for expungement is granted?
If the court grants the petition for expungement, all of your court records will be sealed and the matter treated as if a record never existed.

You should consider whether to file the petition to expunge the record in whole or in part. If a record is expunged in part, all references to the petitioner's name in the records pertaining to the adjudicated cases will be expunged. If a record is expunged in whole, all records in the court will be sealed.

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1. Who can get an adult court record expunged?
2. When is expungement allowed?
3. How much does an expungement cost?
4. If I am granted an expungement, will my offenses remain on my driving record?
5. Is there a time requirement on a dismissal?
6. What must I bring when I apply for an expungement?
7. Where should I file my petition?
8. What happens if I fail to appear at the hearing on my petition?
9. If I complete my expungement petition at home, what are the requirements?
10. What happens if my petition for expungement is granted?