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HelloThis is Samuel a different professional here. I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.As I understand your situation, you were arrested and charged but no conviction. In such a case, there is no time limit for when you can petition to have the records expunged.You can review the Kansas statute in this regard at this LINK
And so you can consider checking with the clerk of the court in the county where the charges were alleged and request a packet of forms to Petition for Expungment of court records and the Sealing of any arrest records. If the court does not provide those forms, then you will need a local attorney who can draft the petition for you or you can try to draft it yourself.Now, if I have misunderstood and you were convicted or given a diversion, then the statute at this LINK will apply and you would need to wait 5 years from the date of the completion of your total sentence, which would include the completion of any probation.
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