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You can expunge no more than one indictable conviction and up to three disorderly persons offenses or petty disorderly persons offenses. The court can order an immediate expungement if a case is dismissed or the defendant is acquitted and found not guilty on all counts.
However, many serious felonies cannot be expunged. For instance, homicide, arson, robbery, arson, sex crimes, distribution or manufacture of controlled dangerous substances, perjury and bribery cannot be expunged under New Jersey 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.
However, charges that did not result in convictions, regardless of the nature of the crime, can be expunged. Crimes or felonies which resulted in a conviction can generally be expunged ten years after you have completed your sentence, paid your fine, or completed parole or probation, whichever comes last.
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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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.
However, many serious felonies cannot be expunged. For instance, homicide, arson, robbery, arson, sex crimes, distribution or manufacture of controlled dangerous substances, perjury and bribery cannot be expunged under New Jersey law.
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.
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.

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