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Any one juvenile adjudication of delinquency or arrest may be expunged if it would meet the requirements an adult conviction or arrest. In addition, an entire juvenile record may be expunged if 5 years have gone by since release from custody or supervision, there is no adult or juvenile conviction in the last 5 years, there is no conviction for an offense that would not be eligible for expungement as an adult, there have been no adult offenses expunged, and no adult charges have been dismissed as a result of pre-trial intervention or a conditional discharge.
Anyone under 21 years of age at the time of commission of an offense for Possession of CDS or of the sale, distribution, or possession with intent to distribute less then 25 grams of marijuana or 5 grams of hashish does not have to wait the 10 years for a crime or 5 years for a disorderly persons offense for an expungement. If more then 1 year has gone by since discharge from custody or completion or probation or parole and there has not violated any of the provisions of your probation or parole and you have never had another conviction or pre-trial intervention or conditional discharge you are eligible to have the offense expunged.
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