NJ Criminal Defense FAQ | See also: NJ DWI FAQ
Q) What does it mean to get my criminal record “expunged”?
A) Expungement of a record is the removal of a detention, arrest, trial or disposition from a person's criminal record. This is also loosely referred to as sealing of a record. Expunged records include complaints, warrants, arrests, processing records, fingerprints, photographs, index cards, “rap sheets” and judicial docket records.
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