Monthly Archives July 2015

Sealing a Juvenile Criminal Record in San Diego

Criminal defendants who faced charges while under the age of 18 may be able to get their record sealed, including enforcement records, records of the district attorney, records of the probation office, and records of the court. When a record is sealed it means that the court has ordered that the charges that brought one to court no longer exist. This aids in a defendant’s future as he or she can truthfully answer ‘no’ when asked about a criminal history or when a background check is conducted. For jobs requiring a high clearance, such as those in the military, the
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