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An eligible person must prepare and file a Petition for Expungement. The Petition for Expungement must be filed in the Superior Court in the county where the arrest or prosecution took place. A judge then decides whether the person should be granted an Expungement Order.
Currently, the entire New Jersey expungement process takes approximately eight to twelve months to complete \u2013 although it could take more or less time, depending on your case.
The fee that Expungement Lawyers in New Jersey\u2122 charge for expungement processing ranges from $1,285.00 including expenses to $3,985.00 plus expenses. In most instances, the fee is $1,485.00.
In most cases, you must wait five years after your sentence is served. All fines and fees must be paid. Sometimes, you can file for expungement after 4 years. You can expunge no more than one indictable conviction and up to three disorderly persons offenses or petty disorderly persons offenses.
An eligible person must prepare and file a Petition for Expungement. The Petition for Expungement must be filed in the Superior Court in the county where the arrest or prosecution took place. A judge then decides whether the person should be granted an Expungement Order.
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Generally speaking, the only types of employers who can access expunged records are law enforcement agencies, corrections departments, and employers in the judicial branch such as criminal courts of law.
An eligible person must prepare and file a Petition for Expungement. The Petition for Expungement must be filed in the Superior Court in the county where the arrest or prosecution took place. A judge then decides whether the person should be granted an Expungement Order.
In 2018, New Jersey reduced the waiting period for an expungement for felony/crime from ten-years to five-years after and for a disorderly person's offense to five years. For a \u201cclean-slate\u201d expungement, the waiting period is ten years.
Once the NJSP receives the signed Expungement Order, they are currently taking approximately three to four months to actually remove your criminal records from their system.
The period during which a record is open is called the access period. Once the access period ends, youth records are sealed and/or destroyed. However, if someone over the age of 18 with an open youth record commits another crime, the youth record will become part of that person's adult record.

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