Expungement is a legal procedure designed to destroy or remove from public view all or part of the records of a case, including all arrest documentation. The exact definition or effect of expungement can vary greatly by state. States offer different types of record clearing services and each of these procedures have different names. Examples of record clearing relief available include: expungement, record sealing, setting aside a conviction, vacating a conviction, and orders of non-disclosure. To get state specific expungement information and take a FREE Qualification Test visit: Http://www.expungecenter.com today!
After your case is expunged, set aside, sealed, or vacated, a criminal background check that searches for convictions will not show the record of your case, because it is no longer a conviction. Depending on the remedy available in the state in which you were arrested, the arrest might still remain on your record. In some states, an expungement is a complete removal of the records and the records of the case are destroyed. However in other states, the law does not provide for the case records to be destroyed, but the conviction (finding of guilt) can be removed from your record.
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