John T. Frey,
Clerk of the Court
An Expungement is an action used to delete all police and court records pertaining to a criminal case when any of the following has occurred: acquittal, nolle prosequi, dismissal (excluding delayed imposition dismissal), absolute pardon, or an individual’s name used in error. When a record is expunged, the record is not destroyed but removed from public access and sealed. (Note: Once the record is expunged it can only be accessed by Court Order.)
Petitions for Expungement are filed in Civil Intake, Suite 319.
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