Non-Conviction Data Deletion of Arrest Records
Have you been accused of a crime but you were never convicted? If so, the record of your arrest is likely still available. This information can cause embarrassing moments and affect your peace of mind when it comes to your criminal record. Luckily, arrest records, fingerprints and other non-conviction data is often eligible for deletion. CR Taylor Law, P.S. can help.
We will assist you in determining if your non-conviction data can be deleted and guide you through the necessary steps to achieve deletion. Contact us today to get started with a free consultation.
Are You Eligible to Have Arrest Records Deleted?
Generally, at least one of the following two requirements must be met in order to be eligible for non-conviction data deletion:
- Your record was designated as “non-conviction data” after you were charged but not convicted, and a minimum of 2 years have passed since that designation was made.
- You were arrested but never charged, and a minimum of 3 years have passed since that arrest was made.
If you meet either one of these requirements and you have not been arrested for a crime in the meantime, you are likely eligible for record deletion.