When can you seal your record in Nevada?

When can you seal your record in Nevada? (expungement)

When can you seal your record in Nevada? (expungement)

In Nevada, there are a few waiting time periods that must pass before you can file to seal your record.

  • Arrest without a conviction after dismissal or acquittal: no waiting period
  • Misdemeanor: 2 years
  • Gross Misdemeanor: 5 years
  • Misdemeanor DUI: 7 years
  • Misdemeanor Domestic Violence: 7 years
  • Category E Felony: 7 years
  • Category C or D Felony: 12 years
  • Category A or B Felony: 15 years

After the waiting period has passed, you may then apply to have your record sealed.

*Please note that this should not be construed as legal advice. Every situation is different and you should consult with an attorney regarding your particular situation.

If you need a Las Vegas Expungement Lawyer, please do not hesitate to contact us or call us at (818) 714-2200.  The first step will be to fill out our Expungement questionnaire.

 

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