The law on Expungements in Ohio prevents you from sealing your record for some criminal offenses:
Additional sex offenses, not listed above, are on the prohibited list and include:
Certain offenses involving vehicles:
If the offense you wish to have sealed is not on the prohibited list above, proceed to the next question.
Under Ohio Record Sealing law, the court is not permitted to consider your application if you have any criminal charges pending against you at the time you file the request.
You must wait until the pending charges have been resolved.
If you have no criminal charges currently pending against you, proceed to the final question.
If you have satisfied the required waiting period, you are now eligible to apply to have your record sealed.
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