Record Expungement & Criminal Record Sealing

Record Expungement and Criminal Record Sealing

In Colorado, laws exist to allow a past defendant to petition for juvenile record expungement, and to seal adult criminal cases. Each of these petitions have specific requirements for a petition to succeed. Furthermore, these sealing and expungement actions have specific rules and procedures that a petitioner must follow. An experienced attorney like Mark Solomon can help you.

Juvenile Record Expungement

Juvenile record expungement is to make the conviction as though it never existed. To qualify, a petitioner must not have been convicted of any crimes since the end of his/her juvenile case. The law also requires, among other things, that a specific time period has passed before such an action will be considered.

Use our Record expungement and record sealing information form and we will contact you with more details about what we can do for your case. You can also call Solomon Law at (720) 722-2050 for a free evaluation on your juvenile case expungement.

Adult Criminal Record Sealing of Arrest Records

If an adult case was completely dismissed by the government, the case may qualify to have a district court, in the county of the case, order the case records sealed. A court order to seal criminal case records will prohibit government agencies from divulging the existence of a person’s dismissed or un-prosecuted case to any non-government agencies. As such, if a petition to seal arrest and criminal case records is granted, the case will not be reported background checks by non-governmental entities, such as employers or any other member of the public.

Use our Record expungement and record sealing information form and we will contact you with more details about what we can do for your case. You can also call Solomon Law at (720) 722-2050 for a free evaluation on your adult criminal record sealing.

Adult Criminal Record Sealing of Convictions

If a case resulted in a conviction through either a guilty plea or a verdict at trial, the case may qualify to be have the case records sealed. A strict time limit exists where a case may not be sealed for a number of years from the date the case was completely over. A court order to seal criminal case records will prohibit government agencies from divulging the existence of a case or conviction to any non-government agencies. As such, if a petition to seal arrest and criminal case records is granted, the case will not be reported background checks by non-governmental entities, such as employers or any other member of the public. Contact Mr. Solomon for a free evaluation on your adult criminal conviction record sealing.

Filing fees, mailing costs, and records research fees are included in your flat fee retainer deposit. No surprise costs or fees!

Use our Record expungement and record sealing information form and we will contact you with more details about what we can do for your case. You can also call Solomon Law at (720) 722-2050 to see if your case is eligible for juvenile record expungement or criminal record sealing.

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