The tables below are simplified timelines of when you may be eligible to seal your criminal conviction. Please be aware that other factors may affect your eligibility to seal a conviction, such as your criminal history since being convicted, and the disposition of any cases or charges relating to the conviction you are seeking to seal. Records of any criminal conviction may not be sealed if you still owe restitution, fines, court cost, or other fees associated with the case, unless the court that entered the order has vacated the order. C.R.S. §24-72-703(8).Read more
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