Wisconsin Expungement
 

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Expungement refers to the process of clearing a person's criminal record by sealing a prior conviction so that it obscured from public view. Expungement does not necessary mean that the prior criminal conviction is destroyed; rather, an Expungement has more the effect of erasing the conviction from public criminal records.

An Expungement can determine whether or not a person can obtain a particular job or license. For most people, Expungement has a profound social impact.

It is important to keep in mind that an Expungement is not a right, but rather more akin a favor of a court.

 
 
 
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