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Who is Eligible Expunge Their Arrest Record

Under § 77-40-105 of the Utah Code, you may be eligible to expunge your criminal record if you meet the following requirements:

  • You have not previously been convicted of two or more felony convictions;
  • You have not been convicted of three or more class A misdemeanor convictions;
  • You have not been convicted of four or more class B misdemeanors;
  • You have not been convicted of five or more convictions of any degree;
  • You do not have any current criminal proceedings against you or are being investigated for any offenses;
  • No false or misleading information was provided by you intentionally or knowingly on your expungement application;
  • All fines and interest to the court have been paid in full; and
  • Any restitution has been paid.

You are NOT eligible to have your record expunged if pled guilty, were found guilty or pled no contest to any of the following offenses, including, but not limited to:

  • Capital Offenses
  • First Degree Felonies
  • Violent Felonies
  • Automobile Homicide
  • Felony DUI
  • Registerable Sex Offense

Juvenile offender may expunge their criminal records if they are at least 18 and at least one year has passed since they were released from detention or the juvenile court no longer has jurisdiction over the offender.

It is important to seek the advice of a knowledgeable attorney in criminal record expungement in order to find out if the details of your particular situation meet the eligibility requirements.

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