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BLOOMINGTON – A new state law that makes it easier for low-level felony offenders to have their records sealed could stem the potential problems many people face after acquiring a criminal record.
As of Wednesday, people convicted of certain Class 3 and Class 4 felonies can file a petition with their circuit clerk’s office asking a judge to seal records of their convictions.
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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,
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Can you expunge an order of protection in Illinois? No, you can’t – but it’s not for the reasons you may think. Here’s what you need to know.
Can You Expunge an Order of Protection in Illinois?
You can’t expunge an order of protection in Illinois because it’s part of a civil case. That means it doesn’t appear on your criminal record. Because it’s not on your criminal record, you
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Is it better to expunge or seal your record? If you’re like many people who are eligible for criminal record clearing, you’ve asked that question – but the answer really depends on your goal.
Here’s what you need to know to make the right choice for your future.
Is It Better to Expunge or Seal Your Record?
There’s a major difference between expunging a record and sealing a record: With