That's ok - I got what I needed I think. One can only expunge a record if it was NOT a conviction, but a probationary matter (deferred adjudication or TAC probation), if he was acquitted, or pardoned.Check to see if he has TASC probation. If he does, than he is eligible and can actually even do it himself - http://www.state.il.us/defender/exp.htmlIf no TASC probation or deferred adjudication, then he needs a pardon from the Illinois Pardon and Parole board
. Worth a shot - begin here:http://www.sos.state.il.us/departments/archives/di/403__002.htm
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