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Under IL law, the vast majority of felonies cannot be expunged or sealed. The only exceptions are simple drug possession and prostitution. For all other felonies, you will need to get a pardon and an expungement from the governor. That information is available from the Prisoner Review Board at(NNN) NNN-NNNNor at http://www.state.il.us/prb/prbexclemex.htm. If you would like to apply, I would be happy to walk you through it. Please click ACCEPT so I know you got my answer and so I can get credit for helping you. We can continue our conversation after this at no additional charge. Thanks!
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