An order of non-disclosure is a court order prohibiting public entities such as courts and police departments from disclosing certain criminal records. An order of non-disclosure causes the record to be sealed from public view and to prevent disclosure of the record of conviction to the public. The order also allows a person to legally deny the existence of the charge/arrest, and means that the charge/arrest will not show up on a background check.
Law enforcement will continue to maintain a record of the conviction and it can be used against a person if that person gets in criminal trouble again in the future or is accused of another crime. If a person is applying for a job or a professional license with the state or federal government, the conviction will show up and could negatively affect that person.
If you have a criminal record and feel that you may benefit from obtaining such an order, please fill out the below form and a staff member will get back to you as soon as possible.
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