How can I get my record expunged?

The expungement process (having a criminal offense sealed and removed from your record) is fairly simple, but whether an expungement will be approved depends on a number of factors. To determine your eligibility for expungement, see the law regarding expungement - ORS 137.225, or seek counsel from a private attorney. 

If you decide to file for expungement, you may pick up a packet from our office for $15. Being that we cannot provide legal counsel, we cannot assist in filling out or filing a packet; this too must be done on your own or through a private attorney.  

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12. How can I get my record expunged?