Misdemeanor Expungement Eligibility

Misdemeanor Expungement Eligibility

Please review the information below to make sure you are eligible for misdemeanor expungement.

If you are eligible for expungement, you may click here or click the I am Eligible for Expungement link at the bottom of the page to request expungement.

Misdemeanor Expungement Without Probation

You must fulfill ALL of the following conditions*:
  1. One year has passed since sentencing;
  2. Complied with all terms of sentence (paid fines, attending classes, etc.);
  3. Not currently serving a sentence for a different offense;
  4. Not currently charged with a crime;
  5. Lived an honest and upright life since sentencing and obeyed the laws of the land; and
  6. Paid any court-ordered restitution.

Misdemeanor Expungement With Probation

You must fulfill ALL of the following conditions*:
  1. Fulfilled the conditions of probation for the entire probation period OR probation was successfully terminated early;
  2. Not currently serving a sentence for a different offense;
  3. Not currently charged with a crime; and
  4. Paid any court-ordered restitution.

Expungement In the Interests of Justice

If you do not meet the requirements above, you may still request an expungement.

This requires a written statement explaining why expungement is “in the interest of justice.”

An expungement in the interests of justice has an additional cost and requires an additional agreement.

I am Eligible for Expungement