Can I seal my records in Nevada?
Can I seal my records in Nevada? Under the law in Nevada, a person has the ability to potentially seal the record depending on certain crimes that are on their records. When you seal your record in Nevada it’s as if this incident on your record never occurred, it’s as if it wasn’t there.
What we do is we actually go and get a court order and we then take that court order to the various government agencies and ask them to remove the entry from their database so that it is no longer there. So that when it’s searched, people will not be able to see that you were arrested for a crime or that you have a conviction for a crime as well. There are certain crimes that are not allowed to be sealed.
Any crime that involves a child is unsealable, typically, a category A felony is unsealable such as murder or rape, any sex offense is unsealable. A DUI or a domestic violence is not allowed to be sealed until seven years after the case has been closed and that’s something that we will have to go through to discuss.
Joel Mann is committed to his clients and works tirelessly on their behalf. His goal is to be an advocate, who can always be counted on to fight for his clients. He firmly believes in keeping the lines of communication to his clients open and in helping him/her understand the process they are experiencing. By treating the client-attorney relationship as a partnership, clients can rest assured that they are getting the best representation possible.