A criminal record may be sealed if it involves a criminal offense for which you completed a diversion agreement, your case was entirely dismissed, or you were acquitted at trial. If you were arrested but charges were never brought, you may petition the court to seal your record if the statute of limitations has run out (see C.R.S. §16-5-401), or if you are no longer being investigated by law enforcement for the commission of the offense.Read more
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