NY Criminal Record Sealing Inquiry Form

Under THE new § 160.59 of New York’s Criminal Procedure Law, courts CAN seal:
• up to two convictions (only one of which may be a felony)
• APPLIES TO all crimes other than sex offenses, class A and violent felonies,
• 10-year period runs from LATER OF the date of conviction or release from prison.
• Sealed records will remain available to law enforcement & some licensing agencies but will be unavailable to the public.

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Who is the person you are inquiring for? *
Insert Full Name of Person Arrested
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What is the arrested person's date of birth?
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Where was the person convicted? *
When was the person convicted? *
Has the person convicted of more than one crime in NY or elsewhere? *
Do you know the indictment or docket number?
You can find this on your certificate of disposition from the Court
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What is your Name? *
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What is your relationship to the person convicted? *
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What is your phone number? *
You agree to receive a call from a law firm representative (even at 3am)
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What is your email address?
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What else should we know?
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