How will I know when my records are sealed?

When the Court issues an expungement order, a copy will be sent to the mailing address in your application. This is proof that your records have been expunged and are now sealed.

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1. What is an expungement?
2. Are my criminal records destroyed or erased by an expungement order?
3. Who can see my criminal record after it’s expunged and sealed?
4. Can the state use a sealed criminal record as a prior offense when charging or sentencing a new offense?
5. Do I have to pay to get an expungement of my criminal record?
6. Do I need to file anything with the Court?
7. Will I need to appear in court for my record to be sealed?
8. How do I find out if I am eligible?
9. How will I know when my records are sealed?
10. Can my application be denied?
11. Why might my application be denied?
12. What can I do if my application is denied or I have more questions?