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Judge Denied Stipulated Petition to Seal Nevada Criminal Record Without Prejudice

Typically, if you are submitting a Petition and Order to Seal your Nevada criminal record and the Prosecutor agreed and signed the order, the Judge will sign the Order without a hearing.  However, this is not always the case.  In my experience I have seen Judges deny a stipulated order to seal without prejudice. If this does happen, it is important to get the Petition

How Do I obtain My Nevada Department of Public Safety (D.P.S.) Criminal History Report? Obtaining a copy of your Nevada D.P.S. criminal history is fairly simple and only requires a few items. This is required if you want to seal your Nevada criminal record. You will need to fill out a one-page D.P.S. request called the DPS-006 form.  This has your contact information and where

Nevada crimes that are not eligible for record sealing. Regardless of how long it has been and if you stayed out of trouble, there are certain crimes that are not eligible for record sealing.  NRS 179.245 lists and defines what crimes are NOT permitted for record sealing. The main crimes that are not eligible or permitted to be sealed are as follows: A crime against

If the Attorney General’s office prosecuted your case you wish to seal, then you will have to give the Attorney General notice and an opportunity to review your petition and order to seal your criminal record. The Attorney General might oppose the sealing or agree to it. Then if the District Attorney’s office prosecuted any of your other cases, they would also have to be

If you have a criminal record that consist of charges in multiple locations, such as Henderson Municipal Court, Las Vegas Justice, and North Las Vegas Municipal Court, you may petition District court for an Order to seal. New law allows District Court to seal records for lower courts in their district.  This saves you time and potentially money.  Before you had to Petition each court

RECORD SEAL – DISHONORABLE DISCHARGE Nevada law now permits individuals who were on probation and received a dishonorable discharge to now petition to seal their record.  Record Sealing assembly bill 327 has made this possible.  However, a judge still has the discretion to sign the order to seal. You must show you are rehabilitated and stayed out of trouble for the statutory period of time

There are two ways to go about sealing your record.  One is to do all the work yourself.  This includes drafting the Petition and Order, filings with the court, court appearances and more.  Our, you may hire a record sealing law firm to do most of the work to help ensure no mistakes are made. If you decide to hire a law firm to seal

It has been brought to my attention that some firms charge people per arrest or conviction when working on a Petition and Order to seal records.  This is NOT the case with my firm. I charge per Petition, regardless of how many arrest or charges you have on one Petition.  I have prepared and sealed Petitions with over 19 plus arrest on them, and quoted

How much does it cost to seal/expunge your record? Sealing your record consist of various government and attorney fees. Keep in mind that Nevada is a record sealing state, not an expungement state. Your typical government fees for Nevada consist of the follow: Department of Public Safety Criminal History $23.50 Local arresting law agency (SCOPE) $10.00 Court filing fee $50.00 to $270.00 Certified Court Orders

Two new laws just recently passed and were signed by our Governor giving those with criminal records more options to seal their record.  The waiting period will be shorter on how long you will have to wait to seal your record and people who would of been denied before, may have the ability to seal their record now in some cases. See Assembly Bill 327