Nevada Paralegal Center, LLC

In Nevada, the ability to petition a court to seal records of an arrest, criminal conviction,
acquittal or dismissal is controlled by Nevada Revised Statute Chapter 179.241-179.301

Petitions/Forms:
I.    Petition requesting records from:
     o    Repository Center (Nevada) or Department of Justice (California)
     o    Court (s),
     o    Sheriff or arrest agency, and
     o    FBI.
II.    Petition to Seal Record
III.    Order to Seal Record
IV.    Certificate of Service
V.    Letter informing other agencies about the seal of criminal records

Please determine what type of conviction you have and whether enough time has passed:

(a) A category A or B felony after 15 years from the date of release from actual custody or discharge from parole or probation, whichever occurs later;

(b) A category C or D felony after 12 years from the date of release from actual custody or discharge from parole or probation, whichever occurs later;

(c) A category E felony after 7 years from the date of release from actual custody or discharge from parole or probation, whichever occurs later;

(d) Any gross misdemeanor after 5 years from the date of release from actual custody or discharge from probation, whichever occurs later;

(e) A violation of NRS 484C.110 or 484C.120 other than a felony, or a battery which constitutes domestic violence pursuant to NRS 33.018 other than a felony, after 7 years from the date of release from actual custody or from the date when the person is no longer under a suspended sentence, whichever occurs later; or

(f) Any other misdemeanor after 2 years from the date of release from actual custody or from the date when the person is no longer under a suspended sentence, whichever occurs later.

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