Sealing Juvenile records are important to preventing any issues you may encounter as an adult. Juvenile records are typically open to the public. In order to have your juvenile records sealed, you must be 18 years old or: (1) the juvenile court case must have concluded 5 years earlier; (2) you did not commit a crime involving moral turpitude; (3) you have no pending criminal charge; and (4) you must present evidence of your rehabilitation (e.g., certificates/letters of progress, family/friend statements, etc.).
Contact The Kolodzi Law Firm today to find out if you are eligible for a juvenile record sealing.