Do you have cases in your criminal record that resulted in dismissals or acquittals? If so, you may be eligible for a partial sealing of your record even if you have other convictions in your background.
A Partial Sealing conceals of a portion of your criminal record for cases that did not result in a conviction. For example, a record with 3 felony arrests can be sealed if those cases were dismissed despite the presence of other criminal convictions on your record.
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