To expunge means to erase your entire criminal record: felonies, misdemeanors, and municipal offenses; arrest records, mugshots, and protective orders (VPOs); identity theft, background checks, jail records, probation, and juvenile cases.
The 2016 and 2014 amendments to Oklahoma’s expungement laws include:
Felony deferred sentences can be expunged after 5 years, instead of 10 years;
Misdemeanor suspended sentences can be expunged after 5 years, instead of 10 years;
Misdemeanor tickets can be expunged immediately, instead of after 10 years;
Two non-violent felony convictions can now be expunged, instead of just one;
Civil records relating to the underlying criminal arrest can now be expunged;
DNA from expunged records is now automatically inadmissible in later prosecutions;
Misdemeanor convictions no longer disqualify deferred sentence expungements;
No crime is too difficult… from bad checks to first degree murder acquittals.
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