Wisconsin Expungement Petition
Petition to Expunge Court Record of Conviction – Non-Probation/ Non-Incarceration
Before an Expungement may be ordered, a Petition must be submitted to the original Court. The original Court is the same court where the matter was adjudicated (tried), decided and ordered the sentence.
Before submitting that form, it is highly likely that it is in your best interest to contact an attorney. While TV shows make trials seem simple, they are not. Expungements are often very difficult to obtain. We highly recommend discussing your case with an attorney before pursuing the Expungement. You may only get one chance at asking for the Expungement. You may want to leave that chance up to a person with the expertise to understand how to make the best of a bad situation: an expungement attorney.
With that warning, please decide if you want to proceed on your own to petition the court. The form to complete and submit to the Court that found the person seeking Expungement guilty of the crime and ordered the sentence can be found at Wisconsin Expungement Court Form.
When a criminal record is expunged, it will no longer appear on CCAP. The Wisconsin Circuit Court records can be accessed via the Internet.
See Open Records Laws In Wisconsin ::: Circuit Court Access :::
CCAP - Wisconsin Circuit Court Access Program
This website (WCCA) provides access to certain public records of the circuit courts of Wisconsin. The information displayed is an exact copy of the case information entered into the Consolidated Court Automation Programs (CCAP) case management system by court staff in the counties where the case files are located. The court record summaries viewed here are all public records under Wisconsin open records law.
Wisconsin Circuit Court Access (WCCA)
Access to the Public Records of the Consolidated Court Automation Programs (CCAP)
Wisconsin Open Records Rules
Circuit Court Access
Supreme Court Access
Circuit Court Rules By County
Criminal Code & Laws of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Circuit Courts
Wisconsin Supreme Court Case Access