Nevada Paralegal Center, LLC

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.

sealing criminal records

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