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Asked on: 7/16/11, 12:31 pm

When applying to have your record expunge do the state attorney where the charges where filed have to complete the section B on the form? Or can i have the state attorney in my county where i live?

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Answered on: 7/16/11, 1:49 pm by Craig Epifanio

You must get the state attorney in the county where the crime happened to sign off on any expungement. It's probably a good idea to have an attorney assist you with this.


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Answered on: 7/17/11, 12:32 pm by Karen Kilpatrick

Yes, you must send to the state attorney in the same county where your court case is located. Call them to see if they also need a certified disposition notice sent along with the application, many require a copy, some require the original, and others none at all.


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