As of January 1st, 2017, you can file to expunge your non-convictions, even if you have convictions on your record.
The following are not considered convictions, meaning you can expunge them:
- Supervision, if the conditions of supervision were satisfied. This means that supervision was not revoked or terminated unsatisfactorily. Note that you cannot expunge supervision for a Sexual Offense committed to a minor under 18, Driving Under the Influence (DUI), or Reckless Driving, unless you were under 25 when you were found guilty.
- Nolle Prosequi (NP)
- Stricken Off with Leave to Reinstate (SOL)
- Finding of No Probable Cause (FNPC)
- Dismissed without Prejudice (DWP)
- Released without Charging (RWOC)
- Jury Waiver (JW)
- A Finding or Verdict of Not Guilty (FNG/VNG)
- Successful completion of special First Time Offender probations (710, 1410, Second Chance, or other qualified probations)
- Successful completion and vacation of TASC probation
- The conviction was pardoned by the Governor
- The conviction was approved for expungement by the Prisoner Review Board
- The conviction was reversed or vacated
If you were found guilty, and received one of the following sentences, you cannot expunge these records:
- Fines for ordinance violations,
- Regular probation (other than 710, 1410, TASC, or other qualified probations),
- Time considered served,
- Jail or prison time,
- Conditional discharge, or
- Supervisions or qualified probations that are not successfully completed.