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The answer to that is no unless you get your record expunged which is not possible in your case as you have served your time and it was more than 6 years. To have a conviction expunged, you must file a Petition to Expunge Court Record of Conviction in the same court that convicted you. I n Wisconsin, a court may expunge your conviction record only if:
(1) you were under the age of 25 at the time you committed the crime
(2) the crime carried a maximum period of imprisonment of six years or less, and
(3) you successfully completed the terms of your sentence.
(Wisconsin Statutes § 973.015.)
There are three methods for removing an individual from the Registry, or making his/her records "inactive":
(1) Period of Registration Completed: Registrants who have completed their required term of registration, 15 years following expiration from sentence, will have their records made "Inactive" on the Registry. These individuals will receive a "Notice of Termination" of their obligation to register.
(2) Record Expungement: Registrants may request expungement of all pertinent information in the Registry on the grounds that his/her conviction, delinquency, adjudication or commitment has been reversed, set aside or vacated. The DOC must purge all information in the Registry concerning an individual when DOC receives the confirmation.
(3) Death: Death of a registrant will be verified by the Registration Specialist. Upon verification, these records will be made "Inactive" in the Registry.
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