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SEALING CRIMINAL RECORDS COLORADO

People make mistakes – it’s an unavoidable part of life.  But if you do make a mistake, should you continue to be punished the rest of your life? In Colorado, HB-1925 drastically expanded the list of criminal records that can be sealed from public view. This is a major development because with few exceptions, most Colorado felony & misdemeanor records can now be quickly 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.

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.

Stop flinching every time you apply for a new job, loan application, or insurance.  Live confidently by having the Colorado record sealing experts seal your criminal record. Our law office offers free initial consultations regarding all record sealing matter in Colorado Springs. Call (719) 447-1923 today to learn how to seal criminal records in Colorado to change your life for the better.


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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.

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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.

Time Conditions That Apply To Sealing Records In Colorado
  • Petty Offenses (Incl. Drugs) Must Wait 1 Year After Case Is Closed
  • Level 2 & 3 Misdemeanors (Incl. Drugs) Must Wait 2 Years After Case Is Closed
  • Level 4-6 Felonies Must Wait Three Years After Case Is Closed
  • Level 3-4 Drug Felonies Must Wait 3 Years After Case Is Closed
  • Level 1 Misdemeanors Must Wait 3 Years After Case Is Closed
  • All Other Eligible Offenses Must Wait 3 Years After Case Is Closed


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FAQ’s About Sealing Records In Colorado

Are Sealing Records The Same As Expungement?

No.  Sealing Records means your records are removed from publicly searchable databases. Only authorized law enforcement agencies will be able to pull up your criminal or arrest record after we have sealed your record in Colorado.

Expungement of  your record means that the entire criminal record is removed from all repositories.  In Colorado, the expungement option is available only for certain juvenile offenses and underage drinking and driving convictions.

Will my case definitely be sealed if it is eligible?

99% of the time – yes. But the judge has full discretionary power to reject your motion to seal your records.

Can My Colorado Criminal Records Be Partially Sealed?
No.  If a person has multiple criminal case records and one of them is not eligible for sealment, then none of the records in that person’s criminal history can be sealed.
How Long Does Sealing Criminal Records Take?

It generally takes up to 30 days to have your motion for record sealment heard before the court.

What If My Motion To Seal Is Denied?

This scenario rarely happens when an attorney specializing in sealing records is involved.  But in the unlikely event your petition to seal records is denied, the petition can be resubmitted at a later date.

Do You Need A Record Seal In Colorado?

Contact our Colorado Springs criminal defense attorneys at (719) 447-1923  if you have a criminal record in Colorado that you would like to seal.  We will provide a FREE consultation and advise you on the best course of action in your case. There has never been a better opportunity to put your past behind you than right now.

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Michael W. Moran, P.C. provides expert record sealing service in Colorado Springs, Colorado and throughout the Front Range including El Paso County, Teller County, Pueblo County & more.