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Regarding the time period for sealing of felony offenses, the clock begins at the time of conviction, or the release from prison, whichever is later.
That usually means that if someone went to prison for an offense, the clock begins when the person is released from prison (as usually with prison terms, a conviction happens first, and the release from prison happens afterwards).
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