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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Can police see expunged records? Can police see sealed records? If you’re like many people who are considering clearing a criminal record, you need to know who will be able to see past arrests, charges and convictions.
This guide explains whether police can see expunged records (or sealed records) so you know what steps to take to secure your future.
How long does expungement take in Illinois? If you’re like many people who are thinking about clearing a criminal record, you’ve probably wondered whether it’ll be a quick process or it’ll take a while.
Here’s what you need to know.
How Long Does Expungement Take in Illinois?
Expungement can take several months, which means if you want to clear your record, you should start as soon as possible. On average,