Nevada allows the sealing of many criminal records, but does not allow you to expunge your record. However, sealing your record is beneficial.
If the court orders your record sealed, the criminal record is deemed to never have occurred and you do not have to disclose it for employment purposes.
Another benefit is that your record is taken off public databases, such as police and court records, so others cannot view it. This tends to be better than an expungement because with expungements, one can still see the allegations and history on public databases.
So if you have a criminal record, which may include convictions, dismissals, acquittals and denials, you should strongly consider sealing your record. Call our firm today at 702-895-9111 for a free record sealing evaluation.
This is for informative purposes only. This does not create an attorney-client relationship. Always seek counsel.