Sealing Records In Colorado

Cases That Can Be Sealed Include:

DUI Charges

Domestic Violence Charges

Drug Charges

Assault Charges

Burglary Charges

Battery Charges

Trespassing Charges

Prostitution Charges

White Collar Charges

Internet Crimes

Sex Offense Charges

Traffic Charges

Colorado Expands Record Sealing Law

The Colorado State Assembly passed House Bill 1275 in 2019 to provide a much greater scope of criminal records eligible for sealing under Colorado’s criminal record sealing statutes.

 

Put The Past Behind You

  • The effect of sealing your criminal record is profound, and extends well beyond negative social stigma. All facets of your private and public life can benefit from sealing a criminal case from public view.
  • Don't let a past mistake limit your employment, education, housing, finance, or dating opportunities. Colorado Revised Statutes §24-72-702(4) allows you to seal your criminal record and move forward with your life.
  • Once your record is sealed, potential employers, insurance companies, lenders, and nosy neighbors are no longer able to pry into your past.
  • You can confidently and legally check "No" to the ever present "have your ever been arrested or charged with a crime" question on employment, insurance, and finance applications once we have your record sealed.

Under this new law, all misdemeanors and most felonies convictions and arrest records are now eligible to be sealed from public view. This unprecedented development allows for a fresh start for many people looking for a chance to seal records from an unfortunate criminal event in the past.

There are some limitations or waiting periods for case sealing of certain felonies, so contact the criminal record sealing experts at the law office of Michael W. Moran, P.C. today to learn more about sealing records of your criminal case.